Anthropology Undergraduate Program
Our mission is to provide undergraduates with instruction in anthropology and a program of work leading to the bachelor's degree.
Undergraduate training in the department of Anthropology is designed for students who seek the bachelor of arts (B.A.) degree. Students can also declare Anthropology as a minor.
See steps to declare anthropology as your major or minor:
Download various undergraduate forms and reference documents.
Anthropology courses cover a wide range of topics and area studies within the field such as sociocultural anthropology, ecology, evolution, linguistics, medical anthropology, political economy, environmental anthropology, science and technology, and archaeology.”
Peer advisors serve as a resource to undergraduate students for questions about course planning, departmental policies, declaration process, and events.
CONTEXT: Undergraduate Research Journal in Anthropology is an annual publication comprised of scholarly articles and reviews written by Stanford undergraduates from all academic backgrounds
The Coterminal Master’s degree program allows Stanford undergraduates to study for a master’s degree while completing their bachelor’s degree(s). Students with strong academic records may apply for admission to a coterminal master’s program upon completion of 120 units.
Undergrad admissions website