Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Minor in Anthropology

Anthropology is an excellent companion to majors such as Sociology, Psychology, Criminology, Social Work, Communications, Business, Education, Language and Literature, and Health-related fields. A minor in Anthropology consists of a minimum of 18 semester hours.

What Can You Do With A Minor In Anthropology?

An Anthropology minor develops analytical skills and a critical perspective well-suited to many fields, including: health care, education, social work, international relations, government, psychology, marketing, publishing, and forensics. The American Anthropological Association lists a few of the titles held by those in the field:

Archaeologist
Corporate Analyst
Editor
Educational Planner
Forensic Specialist
Government Analyst
High School Teacher
Medical Researcher
Museum Curator
Park Ranger
Peace Corps Staffer
Social Worker
Technical Writer
Translator
University Administrator

For more information about what you can do with a degree in Anthropology see:

http://www.aaanet.org/resources/students/Anthrodegree.cfm

This page was last updated on: February 18, 2014