What will you learn?
At the U of M, anthropology majors are expected to take courses in cultural, biological, archaeological, and linguistic anthropology. Through your coursework, you will gain invaluable insights and perspectives about people across many cultures and times and develop intensive research and writing skills. Topics like globalization, politics, race, and cultural diversity will cultivate critical and comparative analysis expertise.
What can you do with an anthropology degree?
Anthropology serves as a foundation for careers in international affairs, law, business consulting, cultural resource management, museum curation, healthcare management, forensics, market research, archaeology, cultural anthropology, and much, much more.
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