Meet interesting people ... who lived 1,000 years ago.
Forensic Anthropology Field School
Albania, Greece, and RomaniaDates: May 14 - June 6, 2019
Join us for a fascinating 24-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 for academic credit and to non-credit travelers alike;
- Welcomes all student majors - no previous experience is required;
- Is the only international anthropology program in the world where you will live in three different countries and visit three UNESCO World Heritage Sites;
- Provides unique opportunities for students to conduct research in forensic anthropology, bioarchaeology, or paleopathology and prepare to make professional presentations;
- Is a great value - undergraduates and graduate students may enroll for six credits for the reduced tuition rate of $900.00 (enrollment for credit is not required); and
- Offers six credits that are transferable to all U.S. and Canadian colleges and universities.
Sign Up Today!
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
Upon acceptance of their application, all participants must submit a NONREFUNDABLE deposit of $750 to Student Financial Services at Utica College. The program fee must be paid in full by April 1, 2019. Utica College accepts checks and credit cards - contact email@example.com to get credit card payment directions.