Bachelor of Science in Anthropology (Forensics Concentration)

Forensic anthropologists work in laboratories, at crime scenes, in museums, and in morgues. As a professional in the field, you may work for federal, state, and local governments; international organizations; public and private laboratories; medical examiner's and coroner's offices; hospitals; universities; police departments; human rights teams; or as independent forensic science consultants.

Our program is the first Bachelor-level Forensic Anthropology concentration in Kansas that provides hands-on training in anthropology, archaeology, biology, chemistry, forensic sciences, and statistics to prepare you for a career that allows you to make a meaningful difference. In this program, you'll take classes in the new Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) Forensic Science Center on the Washburn campus.

You'll learn and work with professional forensic anthropologists and KBI scientists while having access to a state-of-the-art laboratory, with lecture and research space as you complete your education and work toward becoming a key part of a forensic science team.

Kansas Bureau of Investigation building on Washburn campus

 

GET IN TOUCH WITH Sociology & Anthropology department

Sociology & Anthropology department
Henderson Learning Resource Center, Room 218
1700 SW College Ave.
Topeka, KS 66621

Phone & Email
Phone: 785.670.1608
sociology-anthropology@washburn.edu

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