What can I do with a minor in Anthropology?

Anthropology provides perspectives on human diversity and skills in learning about and understanding others' behaviors and beliefs that complement almost any field of study.  Former students of anthropology have found their training useful in the fields of education, health care and public health, business and marketing, social services, speech pathology, language teaching, non-governmental and international agencies, museums, communications, counseling, law, journalism, contract archaeology, and the clergy. Pursuing a career as an anthropologist usually requires further study at the Masters or Ph.D. level, depending on one's goals.