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Anthropology in the United States is traditionally divided into four subdisciplines: archaeology, biological, cultural and linguistic. CU Boulder offers terminal MA degrees in two subdisciplines: Archaeology and Cultural Anthropology.

Archaeology

The archaeology subdiscipline provides continuous geographic coverage of ancient societies from the Plains of North America through the Southwest and Mesoamerica to the Intermediate Area. The native societies range from egalitarian hunter-gatherers through middle range societies to city-states and empires. The faculty's theoretical and topical interests include human ecology, ethnoarchaeology, agency and social theory, lithic and ceramic analyses, remote sensing and geophysical applications in archaeology.

Archaeology relates to cultural

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Entry Requirements

Hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university, or have done work equivalent to that required for such a degree.

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