The following are examples of course sequences that prepares students for specific jobs or careers
The listed courses for particular career paths are suggestions only. Be sure to seek the advice of Keri Canada, your Academic Success Coordinator, as well as your professors to help you choose courses best suited for your career endeavors. Consult the CSU Course Catalog to ensure you are meeting degree requirements. Also, pursue practical experience through field school, practicums, internships, and volunteer opportunities.
In addition to taking the required courses for an anthropology major with a concentration in archaeology, the sections below illustrate other courses useful to specific career paths.
Environment & Sustainability
- ANTH 330 - Human Ecology
- ANTH 405 - Public Anthropology and Global Environmental Change
- ANTH 417 - Indigenous Environmental stewardship
- ANTH 442 - Ethnographic Field School for Risk and Disaster
- GR 213 - Climate Migrants
Positions available for environment and sustainability include eco-tourism, global planning, climate change research, NGOs promoting sustainable energy alternatives, educational institutions with sustainability offices, and positions with NGOs that provide aid and sustainable plans to help strengthen local communities in the US and abroad. Jobs in this category are found at Colorado State University, Non-Profit Organizations in Fort Collins, WANGO.org, and NGOJobBoard.org.
Health and Well-Being
- ANTH 340 - Medical Anthropology
- ANTH 379 - Evolutionary Medicine and Human Health
- ANTH 416 - Gender Culture and Health
- ANTH 423 - Cultural Psychiatry
- ANTH 445 - Psychological Anthropology