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Anthropology

What can I do with my degree?

About the program

Concordia’s Anthropology students study, observe and investigate cultural life in diverse human societies. Through courses and participating in local, national, and international research, you will examine the self and identity and will discover possible forms of family, art, politics or economics constructed in diverse human societies.

For the latest information on programs, visit the Department of Sociology and Anthropology

Career possibilities – Beyond the bachelor degree

The job titles listed below are examples of careers requiring further education such as an MA or PhD degree, a second bachelor degree, a certificate or a graduate diploma and relevant work experience.

For details on these job titles, main duties and employment requirements visit Canada’s National Occupational Classification (NOC).

  • Academic advisor
  • Advocate
  • Anthropologist
  • Antique dealer
  • Archaeologist
  • Archivist
  • Art conservator
  • Behavioral science advisor
  • Biographer
  • College professor
  • Community development consultant
  • Consumer researcher
  • Cultural resource manager
  • Employment recruiter
  • Ethnohistorian
  • Ethnologist
  • Exhibit assistant
  • Field archaeologist
  • Foreign service officer
  • Forensic anthropologist
  • Foundation program manager
  • Genealogist
  • Immigration inspector
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