In its purest form, Beyond the Major represents a university-wide commitment to offering students organized experiences outside of the classroom so they can engage in deep, rich and workplace-connected activities beyond those required for a degree.
More than that, the Beyond the Major effort strives to help students develop a thread that connects their individual experiences into their own unique story – a story that not only aids in their self-identification as an emerging professional, but shows employers the value that their college education brings beyond the list of courses that goes with a specific degree.
The Anthropology Department faculty pride themselves in helping students achieve their academic and career goals. Besides our one-on-one advising and mentoring, we offer students opportunities to go beyond the classroom through leadership, research, work, and cultural experiences.
Beyond the Major:
A few of our Anthropology Alumni share their success stories of what they are doing with their degree.
What types of jobs can I get with an Anthropology major?
Learn more information about Boise State’s Beyond the Major Initiative.