What can I do with a degree 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. A good place to begin researching the value of a degree in anthropology is through the American Anthropological Association. This professional organization has links to such areas as careers, professional development, publications, and involvement in public policy and advocacy issues. This is Anthropology is a site that defines anthropology and expands the search on how to become an anthropologist,necessary skills, career prospects, and required education. The Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook projects a growth rate of 10 to 19 percent for anthropologists and archeologists with a master's degree. Respondents to an American Anthropological Association survey describe their careers with a degree in anthropology. Click American Anthropological Association describes careers in Anthropology to view the list. Other links for Anthropology career information: Ask.com; Miami Ohio; Practicing Anthropology
What can I do with a minor in Classical Studies?
A minor in Classical Studies provides a foundational education in the liberal arts,whi
What can I do with a certificate in Archaeology? An archaeology certificate provides the necessary field experience for students interested in digging through the past to help define our future. Archaeology is often combined with anthropology. In fact, many of the majors in the Dept. of Anthropology and Classical Studies also earn the Archaeology Certificate. You can further explore this fascinating field and its career opportunities by researching beginning with these links:
Arts & Sciences Graduates - What Do They Become?
Companies founded or headed by an Arts & Sciences graduate include:
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Source: The Phi Beta Kappa Society
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