The Chimpanzee and Human Communication Institute serves as an academic resource for several programs, including:
CHCI Apprenticeship Program - an 8-week summer program for students from various academic backgrounds (e.g. anthropology, biology, psychology, linguistics, philosophy, etc.). Apprentices are involved in the husbandry, care, and enrichment of the chimpanzees on a daily bases. Apprentices are also part of one or more research teams.
Bachelor of Science in Primate Behavior and Ecology - The Primate Behavior & Ecology Major at Central Washington University is an interdisciplinary approach to non-human primates, captive and free-living, and of their relationships with the environment. The major requires the completion of a second major in a related field: anthropology, psychology, or biology.
Master's Degree in Primate Behavior - Central Washington Uuniversity