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What Can I Do With A Major In Anthropology and Sociology

An Ursinus degree in Anthropology & Sociology can lead you to graduate school and employment in such fields as public health or administration, social work, law, global affairs, criminology, regional planning, gender studies and organizational development.

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Related Career Titles

Anthropologist
Archaeologist
Case Worker
Child Welfare Officer
Clinical Sociologist
Ecotourism Director
Ethnologist
Family Service Counselor
Foreign Service Officer
Forensics Psychologist
Genealogist
Government Service Executives
Historical Archivist
Human Resources Manager
Immigration Inspector
Labor Relations Advisor
Linguist
Market Research Analyst
Museum Curator
Paleontologist
Park Naturalist
Peace Corps Area Director
Physician
Professor
Program Coordinator/Assistant
Public Health Service Officer
Public Relations Specialist
Recreation Therapist
Researcher
Rural Development Officer
Social Psychologist
Social Worker
Social Service Managers
Sociologist
Substance Abuse Counselor
Teacher - ESL
Therapist
Travel Writer (Journalist)
Urban Planner
Youth Worker

This is just a sampling of titles, for a more comprehensive list and details on the professions including employment outlook and salary information, log into the Focus Program.