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- Clemson awards both a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Arts in anthropology.
- Our anthropology degrees are new to Clemson, but we have offered anthropology as a minor for years.
- Our department offers individualized advising for every student, guiding each along the way to his/her ultimate career path.
- With an increasingly international workforce, culture and marketplace, the skill set and knowledge base that an anthropology degree develops are in high demand.
The anthropology major is both exciting and practical with career options that range from forensic anthropologist to urban planner, from product developer to consumer affairs investigator, from museum curator to park ranger. Your degree will prepare you for a professional career related to various people-oriented positions in the public and private sector. In addition, the degree provides excellent preparation for graduate training in anthropology, law, health care and business. We offer both a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Arts in anthropology. Our faculty members are trained in the four subfields of anthropology: cultural, physical, archaeology and linguistics.