Students with an applied concentration gain an understanding of fields such as development, medical, and legal anthropology, enabling them to address problems of health, education, cultural and linguistic preservation, human rights violations, and poverty in global contexts.
- World Bank positions
- OXFAM positions
- International aid agency positions (e.g., U.S.A.I.D.)
- Africare posts
- Save The Children posts
- C.A.R.E. posts
Total credit hours required for the major: 33