Study Abroad & Field Projects Experience Through Doing
There are several Study Abroad and field project opportunities for Sociology and Anthropology students.
International Perspective Close Up
The department encourages students to study abroad in order to gain the international perspective that is so important in today's global society. Students are placed internationally based upon their personal and professional goals.
Interested in gender studies, sociology major Sarah Davis learned about the differences between sex work and sex trafficking, and how the two are often conflated.
Students and faculty exploring Los Guatuzos Bioreserve in southern Nicaragua.
This photo shows Michelle Nguyen during her study abroad experience in China helping her host grandma sort out the red beans to sold.
Kayla Padilla, Camille Johnson, and other anthropology students visiting a Maya site in Belize during a summer archaeological field school.
Students and faculty on the banks of the Rio Negro in Nicaragua.
The Study Abroad Office can help you find an opportunity based on your interests and/or studies.
Study Abroad Office
Field Trips and Projects
Digging up to rediscover
Getting experience in the field is a way to enhance in-class instruction. The department coordinates several field trips throughout the year allowing students to observe, discover, excavate, research, assist, and work with peers and faculty on a variety of projects in a real-world setting.
Local area field trips:
- Prehistoric Archaeology went on a dig at Rancho de las Cabras near San Antonio
- Ancient Mayan and Pre-Columbian art at the San Antonio Museum of Art
Anthropology major Connor Halbert excavating in Alaska on an archaeological field project.