Studying Off Campus

Anthropology students conduct field work at the Prehistoric Indian Village in Mitchell, SD

Anthropology majors will spend a year abroad at the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom. Exeter is an internationally recognized university that was recently ranked first in the U.K. for archeology in the National Student Survey.

Archaeology is incredibly popular at Exeter, yet is still taught in small classes with plenty of contact with faculty. They currently have research connections and field projects in the U.K. and across Europe, in the Czech Republic, France, Greece, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Sweden and Turkey. Ongoing research and projects are also taking place throughout the world in Egypt, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, tropical South America, Sri Lanka and here in the United States.

The Augustana-Exeter summer excavations at the Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village in Mitchell, South Dakota, offer opportunities to interact with professional and student archeologists while working at a world-class research and excavation facility.

Students have been placed in summer internships at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, the Science Museum of Minnesota in St. Paul, Minnesota, and have participated in field schools at the Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village in Mitchell, South Dakota. Interim classes in anthropology have visited prehistoric and historic pueblo sites in the Southwestern United States and Mexico. Future classes such as "Viking Invasions of England" and "The Art of the Upper Paleolithic (in France)" are currently planned.


 

 

 

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