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CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY EMPHASIS

This emphasis is designed to prepare anthropology majors for careers in the growing fields
of private-sector archaeological and environmental consulting. It is explicitly designed
to train students in the science of archaeology, including basic surveying technologies
involving geographic information science (GIS), and theoretical/statistical modeling.

 

Permission Code REquest

These forms are reviewed Monday-Friday (excluding University Holidays). You should expect a response to your University email within 2 business days. 

 

CAREER OPTIONS FOR CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGISTS

 A degree in Cultural Anthropology can lead to careers in many fields including:

Government

  • Policy Analysis
  • Foreign Policy
  • Urban Planning
  • Population Demography
  • Public Administration

Communications

  • Documentary Production
  • Photography
  • Journalism
  • Writing & Editing
  • Tourism & Heritage

Business

  • Civil Engineering
  • Sales/Marketing
  • Product Design
  • Human Resources
  • International Relations

Recreation/Tourism

  • Ecotourism
  • Guide Services
  • Recreational Therapy
  • Hospitality Management
  • US Forest Service
Last Updated: 11/18/21