Wichita State's Bachelor of Arts (BA) in anthropology combines a diverse range of courses and concentrations, with opportunities for student-faculty research and internships in many different settings—opening doors to a wide variety of career paths.

Mammoth tusk.


Founded in 1967, the Department of Anthropology at Wichita State University has grown from three faculty members to seven faculty members and four adjunct lecturers. The Holmes Museum of Anthropology, research laboratories, darkroom, mainframe, various field research stations and department library are among the special facilities available to all students, both undergraduate and graduate. Several graduate assistantships are available, including the position of City Archaeologist.  Undergraduate scholarships are also available.


For more information, please contact: anthropology@wichita.edu or 316-978-3195.