Careers in Anthropology and Classical Studies
What can I do with a career in Anthropology?
The answer is: almost anything! The skills gained through an anthropology degree transfer well to any career that involves critical thinking, and analyzing human behavior and the human condition from multiple perspectives. An undergraduate degree in anthropology, along with a carefully chosen minor or second major, and/or foreign language, is valuable for a number of career possibilities.
What can I do with a Minor in Classical Studies?
A minor in Classical Studies provides a foundational education in the liberal arts, which values knowledge for its own sake, and the development of skills and abilities that can be applied to all fields of endeavor. Our minors are prepared, not only to enter the field of classics, but also to enter a wide variety of other disciplines and professions including history, political science, drama, philosophy, law, medicine, pharmacy, banking, architecture, business, museum work, and library science.
The Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences offers an A&S Careers Program with a variety of services tailored to the needs of our students. At the A&S Careers Program you can find information regarding job searches, resumes, internships, cover letters, and preparing to interview.
It is never too early to start thinking about your life after college and the experienced experts at the A&S Careers Program are ready to help you every step of the way. Find out more today at A&S Careers Program.
At the University Career Center, you can find valuable information regarding career opportunities. The Career Center offers many services to help students and recent graduates secure competitive career opportunities. These services include:
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