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Training in anthropology will prepare one for any career that involves working on the interface between two cultures. Specialized preparation in this subject can lead to some of the world’s most interesting work - the study of existing lifeways, archaeological excavation and interpretation, primate behavior, and social research into economics, politics, law, religion, art, and music. For course descriptions, see the "Anthropology" section of the online Class Schedule (link on left: List of Anthropology Classes).

Career Opportunities
Careers in anthropology are diverse, specialized, and related to the various areas of concentration which are offered at four year college and universities:

Archaeologist - Federal/State/Private
Cultural Resource Management
Environmental Impact Analyst
Expedition Guide
Health Researcher
Museum Curator/Exhibit Designer
Population Analyst
Recreation Specialist
Travel/Tourism Consultant
Urban Planner Analyst