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What Can I Do With a Major in Anthropology?
With a B.A. in anthropology, students are prepared for graduate school work in any of the four fields of anthropology, leading to careers in fieldwork, publication, cultural resource management, archival administration, teaching or applied anthropology. The degree also provides valuable preparation for professional schools in fields such as medicine, law, dentistry or veterinary sciences or public health. A degree in anthropology can also lead directly to careers in secondary school teaching, social services, business, government, culture and human resource management, and international development.