Undergraduate admission overview
If you’re ready to explore the complexities of humans and the human condition, the School of Human Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University has an undergraduate program for you.
Search our collection of undergraduate programs in anthropology, applied mathematics for the life and social sciences and global health to find the best fit for your academic interests and career goals. Once you’re ready to apply, declare a major within our school and begin the undergraduate application process by completing the university’s application.
Learn more about undergraduate admission | FAQs
Graduate admission overview
Define your emerging career with an advanced degree from the School of Human Evolution and Social Change. You’ll join a highly collegial, supportive environment of dedicated graduate students who are furthering their education in anthropology, applied math, environmental social science, global health and museum studies. You’ll also have the opportunity to learn, discover and publish with our notable faculty on a myriad of research initiatives, which will prepare you to become a leader for the next generation in academia and beyond.
Forge your own path. Start the process by browsing our graduate program offerings and filling out your admission application to the university.
Learn more about graduate admission | FAQs