Anthropology is the study of humanity which merges cultural, linguistic, and physical anthropology together with archeology. Coursework for a career in anthropology may consist of biology, modern culture, sociology, geography, religion, and more. With a degree you can land a position as a social researcher, teacher, journalist, or other profession of anthropology like cultural anthropologist or archaeologist.
Some anthropologists choose to work in specific areas of the field, such as villages, mining, urban planning, development, and modern economic systems, to name a few. With an accredited degree in anthropology you can obtain a career full of travel and wonder.
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With an education in anthropology you can gain knowledge and understanding of cultural traits, and how they affect human diversity and social change. Coursework for a degree in anthropology covers a wide range of subjects and depends on your career goals. There are a variety of degrees available ranging from an associates all the way to a doctorate's degree.
With an associates degree you will be provided an education full of information about the study of cultural and physical archeology, as well as behavioral science
statistics. Cultural and biological differences in humans provides the main focus for those obtaining an associates degree in anthropology. With an associates degree, you will be prepared to obtain a bachelor's degree in anthropology if you so desire.
Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Science (BS) degrees are both available with the study of anthropology. Students who attend a school or college that offers programs in anthropology may have the opportunity to study biology, sociology
, behavior, and many other topics. A bachelor's degree can open the door to a master's degree or higher for those who wish to further their education.
Students who wish to pursue a master's degree can look forward to the study of archeology and cultural anthropology, as well as many other related courses. With a master's degree in anthropology the career possibilities are plentiful, and can include anthropological consulting or careers connected to public health
or social situations. A bachelor's degree can build the bridge necessary for those who wish to obtain a doctorate's degree.
Some schools, colleges, and universities offer doctorates degrees in anthropology which provide students the opportunity to study specific anthropological areas. A Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in anthropology will train you for a career in academic research, or provide you with the skills to become a college professor, teaching cultural anthropology.
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Before applying to an anthropology program at a school, college, or other educational facility, you should make sure the program carries full accreditation. Accreditation is your proof of a quality education that will be respected not only by future employers, but peers and coworkers as well. There are a number of agencies like the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC)
that can provide information about a schools accreditation.
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