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The Anthropology program emphasizes archaeology, including methods of site location, excavation and interpretation, and the study of prehistory, including the prehistory of Minnesota and the culture of Minnesota's Native American peoples.
A minor in Anthropology may be especially useful to students majoring in Social Studies, Sociology, or other social science fields that lead to entry-level positions. Graduate training is usually required for significant career advancement in anthropological fields.
See Section II, Enrollment for required high school preparation.Recommended High School Courses
Students are encouraged to discuss with their advisor the option of a second major or minor that might strengthen or complement their major.
- Applied Anthropologist
- Cultural Resource Manager
- Economic Developer
- Museum Specialist
- Park Archaeologist
- Staff Archaeologist
- Also: Graduate Study