Monday, February 3, 2014
The Anthropology and Archaeology Lab (AAL) has been around for almost 30 years and is a way for our Lumberjacks to get the hands on training they will need in a professional setting. The large amount of field work done within the AAL labs will also help the students have a more firm grasp on the social science involved with this specific type of study.
If you don't mind getting your hands dirty and piecing together bits and pieces of our wonderful history, then this is the perfect major for you!
Our students studying in Anthropology and Archaeology are also member of the Anthropology and Archaeology club. The clubs host social meetings, as well as big events where they travel to different sites around the state and world!
I personally took an Anthropology class my freshmen year at SFA and it was, hands down my favorite class I have ever taken. Dr. Leslie Cecil was my professor and I was captivated by her method of teaching the class in such an relatable way. Since her class, I have been so much more conscious about the world I live in and the people who surround me.
For more information about this degree visit their website!
Lead Jack Walker