The Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology at Washington State University provides students with a comprehensive education in the field of anthropology. The program features a multidisciplinary curriculum that covers topics such as cultural studies, archeology, linguistics, and physical anthropology. Through coursework, internships, and fieldwork experiences, students will gain an understanding of human behavior from an evolutionary perspective. This interdisciplinary education not only provides students with the necessary skills to pursue careers in research or academics but also allows them to develop valuable skills for any profession. Graduates of this program are well-prepared to tackle today's complex social issues with empathy and insight while making meaningful contributions towards improving global understanding and cross-cultural competency. With its unique approach to teaching anthropology through diverse perspectives, this program offers a truly unique opportunity for students to gain a greater appreciation for the world around them.