Anthropology Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Anthropology

Career Opportunities

Become an asset in any industry with an understanding of cultural differences, skills in serving minority populations, and the tools to think critically about the world around you. Colorado State University’s online bachelor degree completion program in anthropology prepares students for any career that requires sensitivity for cultural differences and an ability to incorporate that sensitivity into daily organizational operations.

Companies across the globe working with minority populations or multiple foreign cultures have a need for someone with a background in anthropology. Examples of relevant areas of employment include:

  • Health sciences
  • Education
  • International development
  • Non-governmental organizations (NGO)
  • Cultural brokers, and other areas of government
  • Contract archeologists
  • Museum curators
  • Public relationship representatives

If you enjoy working with others, and consider yourself to be an independent thinker and self-starter, an anthropology degree could be just what you need to propel your career to the next level.

What Next?

  • See how an online education from Colorado State has allowed students to fit education into their lives, how faculty work with students, and how coursework has directly impacted their work.

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