Welcome to the Department of Geography and Anthropology at Kennesaw State University. We study people from all times and places, and how they interact with the world around them. Our students leave our programs with the knowledge and skills to enter the globally focused world in which we now live. Internships, both local and abroad, field schools, and directed applied research courses provide students with the opportunity to work in the fields of anthropology, geography and geographic information science before they graduate, so that they are prepared for life after college in the career world or in graduate school. We offer degrees in Anthropology, Geography, and Geographic Information Science. We also offer minors in Anthropology, Geography, Environmental Studies, and Native American Studies, and a certificate program in Geographic Information Science. The opportunities are here for students who want to be more connected to the world, its peoples, and its cultures. We encourage you to start your journey with us now.
Stay in Touch
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- Anthropology Seniors Present on Research Practicum and Internship Experiences
- Part-Time Faculty Spotlight: Dave Doran, Geography
- Anthropology Student Awarded 2018 Georgia Student Archaeological Research Grant
- Nature Features Research on Cacao by Dr. Terry Powis and Colleagues
- February 11-15, 2019: Darwin Day Celebration Week
- April 11-13, 2019: National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) at Kennesaw State University
Part-Time Faculty Spotlight
Professor Dave Doran has served as part-time instructor of geography within our department since January 2010. He primarily teaches Human Geography and Geography of Europe, and has also taught Historical Geography, Geography of North America, Geography of Sub–Saharan Africa, World Regional Geography, and Social Perspectives in Geography. Continue reading here...