Earn a bachelor of science in anthropology (forensics concentration) and a minor in biology at Washburn University.
This multidisciplinary program includes anthropology, biology, chemistry and statistics. It will prepare you for graduate study or a variety of careers. Within criminal justice, graduates of this program are eligible for jobs such as forensic crime scene specialist or criminalist. Outside of criminal justice, graduates may work in culture resource management (surveying, documenting and/or excavating sites), as well as for museums of natural history or state historical societies.
Learn more about Washburn's sociology and anthropology programs.
Why study forensic anthropology at Washburn?
- This degree is the first bachelor-level forensic anthropology concentration in Kansas.
- Hands-on training in all phases of excavation and forensic analysis in our lab and outdoor site, using the latest technology and state-of-the-art facilities in the Kansas Bureau of Investigation Forensic Science Center.
- Independent research and internship opportunities.
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