Develop an appreciation of human diversity and an understanding of different values and ethical beliefs in a complex, international world. You will learn about anthropology in a variety of settings, including community agencies, museums, governmental institutions, health agencies, and neighborhood associations. Whether in laboratories or in the field, faculty will guide you in archaeology, ethnography, biological anthropology, and forensics research.
After his bachelor’s and master’s studies in anthropology at IUPUI, Ryan Logan earned his Ph.D. in Applied Medical Anthropology and a master’s degree in public health from the University of South Florida. He focused his Ph.D. research on community health workers (CHWs), taking him back to work with people he’d met in Indiana. “I saw these workers as a huge missing gap in the health care system in the U.S., because they’re doing all their work outside of a clinic or hospital.” Logan’s Ph.D. research showed “how they advocate, which is a form of caregiving, and how they were being formally integrated into the workforce in Indiana.”
Logan is teaching at Stan State and doing research to study promotores de salud (health promoters) on the California-Mexico border.
– Ryan Logan, B.A. ‘12, M.A. ‘14
For a major, you must complete 34 credit hours, with a minimum grade of C in each course, from among the following distribution of anthropology courses:
To help you guide your four-year college journey, consult your degree map for a snapshot of classes you will be taking to finish your degree.
Contact department chair Dr. Jeremy Wilson for details about anthropology programs.