WLC's campus is closed due to the state's Safer at Home order. Classes are being taught online. See the Campus Alerts page for details.
Information specific to this program is provided below. The full course catalog, policies, textbook information, and major declaration form are available from the Office of the Registrar. For additional advising information, contact your academic advisor. Course offerings are subject to change due to staffing, curriculum changes, or course enrollment numbers.
Wisconsin Lutheran College anthropologists study the whole of human biology and culture, applying the scientific and mathematical principles of modern academia to the study of language, social practice, biology, and culture history across a variety of social and natural landscapes. The work of anthropologists at WLC is designed to promote awareness regarding variations in human ethnicity and biology, celebrating the diverse nature of the created world.