Study aspects of society like biology, location and language to better understand the human condition.
Gain insights into mankind’s problems from a variety of perspectives in order to find realistic and empathetic solutions to issues facing our society today.Visit Department Website
- Introduction to Archaeology
- Food Justice
- Human Osteology
- Animals, Religion and Culture
- Anthropology and Sports
Special Admission Requirements
There are no special admissions requirements for this program.
What Sets Us Apart
Anthropology is all about people. Likewise, the anthropology program at TCU focuses on our people—including our students, faculty, staff and community. Through one-on-one mentorship and community partnerships with local philanthropies, you’ll have the chance to immerse yourself in exciting and valuable learning opportunities on campus and beyond.
You’ll graduate with an in-depth knowledge of human behavior, which can lead to amazing careers in business, hospitality, technology and more. Our alumni currently work as congressional aids, writers, ethnographers, scholars and museum educators.