Anthropology is the study of human behaviour. Anthropologists observe biological behaviour and exploration of what it means to be human ranges from the study of social relations and culture, to human evolution and biology, to languages,
art, music, and architecture in the attempt to understand ongoing human evolution and the human adaptations to particular environments.
It considers such questions as how peoples' behaviour changes over time, why and how people move about the world, why and how people from distant parts of the
world and different cultures are dissimilar and the same.
Anthropology includes four broad fields--cultural anthropology, linguistics, physical anthropology and archaeology. Each field teaches distinctive skills, such as applying theories, employing research methodologies, formulating and testing hypotheses, and developing extensive sets of data.
- Cultural Anthropology
Industries in which Anthropologists can find job opportunities
Due to the broad nature of the topic, graduates with an anthropology degree are well-suited for a career in any number of fields, including:
- Health Care
- Museum Curation
- Social Work
- International Development
Careers in Anthropology
- Forensics Specialist
- University Professor
- Multicultural Education Specialist
- Market Research Assistant
- Museum Education Director