Understand the complexity of cultures across all of human history. Immerse yourself in patterns of behavior and cultural studies with an anthropology major, and learn and use skills and tools from the social and biological sciences as well as the humanities and physical sciences.
- More than 45% of anthropology students study abroad
- Access to the Geographical Information Systems lab and an archaeological lab with replica human remains and artifacts
- Electronic classrooms sharpen data and analytic skills
- Strong internship and research opportunities
What You'll Study
Through rigorous curricula, distinguished faculty help anthropology students learn how their individual lives shape and are shaped by the social contexts in which they live.
Living in the Field
When You Graduate
Tigers apply their knowledge of human behavior and culture in a variety of settings including public health, government policy, social justice, non-profit organizations, museum settings, and archaeology.
Trinity creates anthropologists who do more than investigate social patterns: they apply their strong research skills to find creative solutions to modern problems across all career fields.
Graduates are especially valued for their technical abilities, such as conducting ethnographic interviews, surveys, delving into social statistics, and using GIS.
Graduate Schools or Programs:
- Cultural studies
- Ethnic studies
- Medical school
- Public health
- Sustainable development
- Environmental Studies
- Law Centers
- Museum Studies
- Public Health
Notable Companies who have Hired Trinity Graduates:
- Bexar County District Attorney’s Office
- University Health System
- University of Houston