Anthropologists pursue careers in the nonprofit, public and government sectors; research, teaching and academia; museums or archaeological and heritage sites and parks; and business and marketing. Undergraduates can major or minor in anthropology, while master's students pursue one of three degree tracks: cultural anthropology, museum and heritage studies, or archaeology.
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Anthropology Graduate Admission
For specific information regarding the Anthropology Department's admission and scholarships, please write to the Director of Graduate Studies, Assistant Professor Nicole Herzog.
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