The Department of Anthropology offers two Secondary Field options to provide students who are not concentrators a flexible pathway to exploring their interests in the discipline. Students might wish to explore the wide range of departmental offerings in order to gain a general sense of the field, or focus on a particular topic or region of the world, such as Asia, Latin America, or Africa and the African diaspora.
For more information on the Secondary Field in Archaeology, please contact the Secondary Field Adviser in Archaeology, Prof. Jason Ur at email@example.com. Students interested in or intending to pursue a secondary field in Archaeology should first review their programs of study with SCA Coordinator by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by the beginning of their next to last semester.
For more information on the Secondary Field in Social Anthropology, please contact the Secondary Field Advisers in Social Anthropology, Michelle Choi at email@example.com or Ligia Alfonzo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With the approval of the designated adviser in the secondary field, students will file the appropriate forms with the Registrar after the requirements for a secondary field have been completed. (In the case of second-term seniors, students may file the forms after enrolled in courses that will fulfill remaining requirements.) No secondary field may be added to the degree after the deadline published in the Handbook for Students.