Studying Anthropology at Weber State
Weber State’s anthropology program studies human differences and similarities, culturally and biologically, around the world throughout time. Choose between general anthropology or archaeology tracks, or complete an archaeological technician institutional certificate.
Weber State anthropology students get hands-on training in well-equipped archaeology and biological anthropology labs, which will moved to Lindquist Hall, a new, state-of-the-art facility in 2019. This bachelor's degree program was also named most affordable in 2020 by Great College Values.
Beyond the Classroom
As an anthropology major, you can participate in the Summer Archaeology Field School and study abroad trips, where you’ll learn survey and excavation methods, classification skills and discover undergraduate research opportunities in locations such as France, Germany, Austria, China, Ireland and the Czech Republic.
Class of 2016
“The professors in the anthropology department are the best on campus. The small class sizes made it easy to build rapport with professors and succeed in ways that would be impossible with a giant department.”