Careers in Anthropology
What can you do with an anthropology degree? Pursue a masters or doctoral degree to continue your education and conduct research. Analyze data or tackle global issues with businesses, government agencies, or NGOs. Curate museum collections, master GIS technologies, or work on archaeological excavations. As an anthropologist, your options are endless.
Trained in data collection and analysis, critical thinking, persuasive writing, and professional presentation, anthropology graduates find employment opportunities in business, national and international government agencies, NGOs, museums, and academia.
An anthropology degree provides students with the knowledge to understand the complexities of human behavior in the past and present and the practical skills to conduct rigorous research into the environmental and social forces that influence human cultural development. Students are also equipped with multiple perspectives for solving theoretical and practical issues within the subfields of sociocultural anthropology, archaeology, linguistics, and biological anthropology.
Recent graduates from our program have continued postgraduate study of anthropology and have found careers in geospatial intelligence, foreign service, sociocultural data analysis, international health and medicine, cultural tourism, grant writing, political analysis, international education, law, social justice, journalism, and environmental advocacy.
Over the years, many of our anthropology students have won awards and grants, collaborated with faculty on research projects, conducted independent research projects, presented at conferences, and interned at different organizations.