Longhouse Village. Artist's depiction of Iroquois "long houses." To graduate with a degree in anthropology you will earn 36 hours of academic credit in designated anthropology courses and complete all core curriculum courses required by UAB's College of Arts and Sciences.

Required Courses

All program requirements and courses are outlined in the UAB Undergraduate Catalog. You will take required introductory classes and upper-level Capstone courses as well as a number of Anthropology electives. You will be able to choose from elective courses like Science Fiction and Anthropology, Peoples of the World (with specific geographic concentrations), Egypt in the Age of the Pyramids, Food and Culture, and many others.

Course Catalog

A complete list of major requirements, courses, and a proposed four-year program of study for anthropology majors are available in the UAB Undergraduate Catalog.

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All the information you need to apply can be found on UAB's Undergraduate Admissions Hub.

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