Click here for a list of all COPAA member programs. Some COPAA member programs focus mainly on applied and practicing anthropology, while others include it as one among several specializations.
Programs are listed in alphabetical order by university, except that the phrase “university of” is not included in alphabetization. For example, “University of Alaska” is listed under “Alaska.” You may view details of each program by selecting the link from the list below.
Texas State University
Areas of Specialization:
Archaeology: hunter-gatherers, complex societies, iconography, ceramic and lithic analysis, Native American ethnohistory, paleoenvironment, geoarchaeology, experimental archaeology, and cultural resource management.
Biological anthropology: modern human skeletal variation, bioarchaelogy, paleopathology, forensic anthropology, primate behavioral ecology and conservation, primate behavioral development, and primate and human cognition.
Cultural anthropology: medical anthropology, anthropological theory, political economy, globalization, race and gender, Latino culture, phonetics, sociolinguistics.
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Science
Master of Arts