Career Orientation of Graduates

The study of anthropology is essential training for careers in an increasingly global workplace. Business is being conducted internationally and employees and markets are increasingly diverse. Anthropology also develops the critical thinking and communication skills needed to succeed in research, teaching, advocacy, and public service.

As a graduate you may pursue a career in the following areas:

  • Museum curators
  • Cultural resource managers
  • Consultants
  • Employees within corporations or NGO’s
  • Anthropology
  • Law

Career Services

Mount Allison University has a career services coordinator who offers a wide variety of services to students and to potential employers of students. Please visit the career services website at this link.
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