About the courseThe Department of Anthropology offers courses in each of the four subfields of the discipline: Biological Anthropology, Archaeology, Cultural Anthropology and Linguistic Anthropology. Degree tracks include emphases in Southeastern archaeology and health professions. Field training in archaeology is offered each fall at the world renowned Moundville Archaeological Park. The course offerings include concentrations in biocultural medical anthropology and the archaeology of the complex societies of the Americas. Research experiences are offered to undergraduates in the context of the work of four archaeology labs, three biological anthropology labs, a GIS laboratory and a linguistic discourse lab.
Intake MonthsMarch, May, September
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AboutThe University of Alabama (informally known as Alabama, UA, or Bama) is a public research university in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Established in 1820 and opened to students in 1831, the University of Alabama is the oldest and largest of the public universities in Alabama as well as the flagship of the University of Alabama System. The university offers programs of study in 13 academic divisions leading to bachelors, masters, education specialist, and doctoral degrees.
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From a small campus of seven buildings in the wilderness on the main road between Tuscaloosa and Huntsville (now University Boulevard) in the 1830s, UA has grown to a massive 1,970-acre (800 ha) campus in the heart of Tuscaloosa. There are 297 buildings on campus containing some 10,600,000 square feet (980,000 m2) of space. In 2010, the school added 168 acres to its campus by purchasing the land formerly belonging to Bryce Hospital. It also plans to acquire more land to accommodate the continuing growth of the enrolment.