Whether conducting archival research, taking fieldtrips to museums or local research sites, learning how to interview subjects of research, use participant observational techniques, or study the classics of global ethnography, our students receive well-rounded anthropological training that prepares them for a broad range of jobs or future graduate work.
Political science students will undertake rigorous course work as they seek to understand the significance of class, race, gender, property relations and other identities in shaping political structures and political behavior. The department will strive to promote social justice and to encourage students to be active, thoughtful members of their community.
Internship and directed study opportunities allow students wishing to work in museums, public agencies, or non-profit organizations gain on-the-job experience and explore the workplace environments while pursuing their degrees.
Graduates with a degree in anthropology and sociology are well-suited for a career in any number of fields, including:
- Health Care
- Museum Curating
- Social Work
- International Development
- Organizational Psychology
- Non-profit Management