Anthropology is the study of humankind. Of all the disciplines that examine aspects of human existence, only Anthropology explores the entire span of the human experience from human origins to contemporary cultures and languages. Anthropology is particularly valuable for students planning careers in which an understanding of human behavior and cultural diversity is essential. Students can pursue careers in fields such as medicine, public health, nursing, law, education, business, and social welfare. Anthropology is also an ideal major for those seeking a strong liberal arts education for employment in an increasingly interdependent and multicultural world.
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