Average Salary: $30-60k*
After Bachelors: 50% Work | 50% Cont. Ed
Approx # in Major at UNI: 11
Career paths: Government, Corporations, Nonprofit, Education, Museums and Archives, Business, Communications
* Data from NACE
1) What do they do?
Similar to many of the majors in humanities, social science, and science, Anthropology is a Liberal Arts discipline. Liberal arts majors empower and prepare students for an opportunity of achieving long-term professional success. Students develop skills and knowledge that can be applied to all industries and jobs. They develop knowledge and skills that employers highly desire from candidates such as critical thinking, written and communication, problem solving, quantitative reasoning.
2) What are the degree requirements?
See the UNI Plan of Study
3) Where do UNI Anthropology grads work?
Check alumni on LinkedIn (membership needed)
4) What are some other possible occupations and work settings?