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Anthropology majors at Fort Lewis College practice their skills globally. You can investigate nearby cultures, and you can study abroad. You can venture into archaeological and cultural field schools and conduct forensic research. You can engage in real-world problem solving in a range of issues from resource management to gender equality. And by graduation, you will develop a critical understanding of human biological, linguistic, and cultural diversity.
Earning a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology leads to careers in such fields as:
For any career, this degree establishes that you can think critically and communicate effectively in a professional environment. You will be able to apply the tools, methods, and knowledge from the Anthropology program to any area concerned with ameliorating human problems.
Our graduates are working with these organizations:
Our graduates have attended these graduate schools:
“My experience as a recent Fort Lewis anthropology graduate working for the National Park Service has been rewarding in many aspects. I have had the opportunity to work in cultural resources for two years as an archaeological technician, and have now worked in natural resources for over a year as a biological technician. In both positions, all of the skills I developed as a student have been utilized. The opportunity to apply many anthropological concepts and research topics that are valuable to me is part of my daily routine at work. In addition to benefits to my career path, I feel confident that the skills necessary to succeed in other endeavors like graduate school are with me as well.”
- Dana Hawkins (Anthropology, ’12), National Park Service
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