Anthropology

An anthropology degree from Rollins is a perfect springboard for you to pursue a career in education, healthcare, law, medicine, media, public advocacy, marketing, civil service, or business.

A Rollins anthropology degree is very much rooted in understanding our human present.  In addition to studying foreign cultures, you will explore pressing issues right here in American society, including immigration, community preservation, corporate culture, healthcare, racism, gender, and popular culture.  

You can even focus your studies to cultural, linguistic, biological, or archeological anthropology while honing a global knowledgebase.

Major and Minor Requirements

Visit the Rollins catalogue to access the program requirements.

Contact Info

Department of Anthropology
Cornell Hall for the Social Sciences, 110
1000 Holt Ave. – 2761
Winter Park, FL 32789
T. 407.646.2670
F. 407.646.2325
Department of Anthropology website
Gay Biery-Hamilton
Associate Professor
Cornell Hall 108
407.646.1529
Ashley Kistler
Associate Professor
Cornell Hall 117
407.691.1707
Carol Lauer
Professor
Cornell Hall 103
407.646.2248
Robert Moore
Professor
Cornell Hall 106
407.646.2626
Rachel Newcomb
Associate Professor
Cornell Hall 102
407.691.1703
Jonathan Walz
Assistant Professor
Cornell Hall 117
407.691.1314