Anthropology at UNH
Anthropology is a field of visionaries, makers and collaborators, taking a critical, creative and holistic approach to the study of humankind. We teach hands-on courses in archaeology and socio-cultural, applied, biological and forensic anthropology, reflecting our faculty members’ research in the Americas, Europe, Africa, and Central and Southeast Asia. Through coursework, fieldwork and study-abroad experiences, you’ll gain life-long learning skills that prepare you for success in cross-cultural understanding and communication, working for diverse organizations and tackling complex social issues in today’s global world. Our students are employed in a range of areas such as public health, business, international development, museums and education.
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Anthropology in Action
Want to know whatyou can do with an Anthropology major? Learn more about the diverse and dynamic paths our majors take after their time at UNH.
Justin Linxweiler, class of 2010, is working as a nurse in a hospice house providing acute inpatient hospice care to patients with end-of-life diagnoses and complex comorbidiets. Learn more.