Anthropology at George Mason University is the study of human beings and their cultures. Majors develop an eye for detail and careful observation, critical thinking, sensitivity to the unfamiliar, skills in research and writing, and an ability to describe and understand culture.
$ 16,485 per semester
Fairfax, United States
About the program
The program in Anthropology at George Mason University gives hands-on research experience with faculty through fieldwork in bioarchaeology, archaeology, and museum-based data collection.
The programs in cultural anthropology connect anthropological research to current social challenges such as health and disease, urbanization, and geopolitics.
It is a strong undergraduate major that provides sound interdisciplinary preparation for a variety of careers.
- Peoples and Cultures of India
- Political Anthropology
- Myth, Magic, and Mind
- Peoples and Cultures of Selected Regions: Non-Western
- Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Globalization