Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
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Anthropology cultivates the intellectual and practical agility required in a world in which understanding and negotiating international and cross-cultural difference is increasingly a part of everyday life.

A world of possibilities: Policy Analyst, Program Manager, Market Research Specialist, Corporate Manager, Health Researcher, Cultural Resource Manager, Archaeological Technician, Museum Manager/Curator, Preservation Planner, Architectural Historian, Public Historian, City Planner, Health Data Manager, Community Health Program Manager, Public Health Evaluation, Public Health Epidemiologist, Socio-Epidemiology Researcher, Community Health Interventionist, Assistant Education Development Officer, Development Anthropologist, Economic Development Officer Anthropologist, Archaeologist, Archivist, Art conservator, Biographer, Community planner, Cultural resource preservation, Curator, Ethnologist, Foreign affairs officer, Genealogist, Health science administrator, High school teacher, Independent consultant, Librarian, Linguist, Magazine or journal reporter, Primatologist, Professor, Public health practitioner, Research assistant, Social services director, Technical writer, Videographer for ethnographic films ...

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