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Study Abroad

Students in anthropology are encouraged to study abroad and to participate in both Miami-based and international learning experiences. Our students have tracked monkeys in the Ecuadorian rainforest, explored health inequities in India, studied authoritarianism in the Baltics, and so much more.

Wondering what you can do with an Anthropology Degree?

With the skills you develop as an anthropology major, you can enter many career fields. The study of people can lead to almost any career path anywhere in the world, including education, health care, museum curation, social work, international development, government, human relations, non-profit management, marketing, publishing, and forensics.
Anthropology Club is a student-run organization open to anyone interested in Anthropology. Its goal is to provide a space for students to gain valuable educational experiences and opportunities, interact with faculty, and prepare us for our futures. We're devoted to promoting Anthropology as a subject and supporting students by offering social connections and professional development activities.
The Miami University Primatology Club is the only undergraduate organization of its kind in the country. Our club provides a means to foster student development in primatology, a multi-disciplinary field that encompasses the students of extant non-human primates. While the majority of our students are Anthropology, Biology, or Zoology majors, the organization is open to any and all students with an interest in primates- regardless of major. We encourage any and all students and faculty with an interest in primates, biological anthropology, or biology to attend our meets and events!

Academic Advising

Questions about Student Resources and Opportunities? Questions about the major? Questions about what classes to take next semester?

Contact LDA Mark Peterson, PhD, at