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University of Arizona, School of Anthropology


The University of Arizona is a top-ranked, research-intensive, land-grant university that embraces a distinctive interdisciplinary culture and tradition. The School of Anthropology is a vibrant and diverse working and learning environment comprised of five subfields: archaeology, biological anthropology, linguistic anthropology, sociocultural anthropology, and applied anthropology. The School offers three undergraduate degrees: BA in Anthropology, BS in Human Biology, and BS in Archaeological Sciences, as well as undergraduate minors in Anthropology. Graduate degrees offered by the School are a Ph.D. in Anthropology, a Dual Ph.D. with Middle Eastern and North African Studies, a Joint Ph.D. with Linguistics, an M.A. in Applied Archaeology, and a Graduate Certificate in Medical Anthropology. Further information about the School can be found on its website,

The School of Anthropology supports inclusive excellence. The University of Arizona is the first four-year public university in Arizona to be recognized as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI). As a land-grant HSI, we are committed to meeting the educational needs of Arizona’s vibrant and diverse communities, including students from historically excluded backgrounds and first-generation students.

Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; sick leave and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; and state and optional retirement plans.

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