Anthropology will prepare you for rewarding careers in such areas as: social research, planning and execution, law enforcement and corrections, forensic archaeology, international development, cross-cultural aspects of international trade, native affairs, advocacy work on such issues as environment, anti-poverty and disability, professions in health, and community and social services. The honours degree will enable you to pursue further study at the graduate level in Anthropology or professional programs like law, journalism, or social work.
To see what some of the Anthropology students who graduated from StFX are doing today, click here.
A degree in Anthropology can do more than prepare you for a job; it can open new social worlds that may fascinate and transform you. It can sensitize you to cultural difference in a "global society," enable you to go beyond the headlines in your understanding of local and world affairs, give you insight into and tolerance for social differences like race, class, gender, disability, and sexuality. Understanding your world is the first step towards changing it.
For more information on careers see the following:
- The American Anthropology Association has an on-line careers brochure.