Spending your years at Lawrence studying the many facets of human uniqueness is key to any job that deals with, well, humans.

Degree tracks in Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology and Linguistic Anthropology help narrow your focus in the Anthropology program. Discovering the many ways to learn about people, language, and culture through anthropology prepares Lawrentians for careers and advanced study in archaeology, museums, medicine, public health, and beyond..

Lawrentians can go on to pursue careers in anthropology, archaeology, museum education, secondary and higher education, management/business, marketing, community and global health, social work, law, and international development.

They can also earn advanced degrees in city/urban planning, public and global health, global policy studies, law, divinity, forensic science, museum studies, social work, and sociology.

Examples of recent employers

  • Center for American Archaeology
  • Sitka National Historic Park
  • The Art Institute of Chicago
     

Examples of recent graduate programs

  • London School of Economics
  • Yale
  • University of Chicago
  • Emory
  • Northwestern
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