Forensic Anthropology Field School
Academics at Utica College
Forensic Anthropology Field School in Butrint, Albania

Study Abroad

Meet interesting people...
who lived 1,000 years ago.


Forensic Anthropology Field School

Albania, Greece, and Romania 

May 16 - June 9, 2017

Join us for a fascinating 25-day learning experience that features visits to some of the world's greatest historical monuments and hands-on study using actual human skeletal remains, including at the magnificent 3,000-year-old archaeological site in Albania's Butrint National Park.

Utica College's annual Forensic Anthropology Field School is:

  • Open to students and non-credit travelers alike
  • All majors are welcome - no experience required 


    Please read this brief notice about health insurance -
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  • A great way for students to earn 6 credits (both undergraduate and graduate levels)
  • Course credit is transferable to all U.S. and Canadian colleges and universities 

Learn More:

> Field school highlights

> Itinerary

Course description

> Passport/vaccination info

> Program costs

> Program director profiles


Sign Up Today!

UC Professor Thomas Crist, Ph.D., at Butrint field school site
Prof. Crist at Butrint field school site

To reserve your place in this year's field school, just call or
e-mail Professor Thomas Crist, Ph.D.

Space is very limited, so contact us now if you think you may be interested in participating - there is no obligation.


Thomas Crist, Ph.D.
Harold T. Clark, Jr. Professor of Anthropology and Anatomy
Professor of Physical Therapy
Forensic Anthropologist
(315) 792-3390


All participants must submit a NONREFUNDABLE deposit of $750 with their application. The program fee must be paid in full by April 15, 2017. Utica College accepts checks and credit cards.






Thomas Crist, Ph.D
Professor of Physical Therapy

(315) 792-3390

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