Anthropology

Anthropology

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About the Major

Anthropology majors study people as they relate to their culture and examine the patterns of social behavior. Anthropology looks at all aspects of human biological and social life from earliest times to the present, and seeks to understand how humans adapt to their natural and social environments. The Anthropology major has four subfields: cultural anthropology, archaeology, biological anthropology and linguistics.

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Any CLAS major may prepare you for admission to professional schools such as medical school, vet school, law school, etc.

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  • Marketer
  • Museum Curator
  • Peace Corps
  • Policy Specialist
  • Public Relations
  • Specialist
  • Research Director
  • Social Worker
  • Organizational Psychologist
  • Behavioral Scientist
  • Cultural Resource Manager
  • Ecologist
  • Development Specialist
  • Editor
  • Ethnologist
  • Foreign Service Officer
  • Forensic Anthropologist
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