is concerned with all cultures in the world, both past and present,
with primary emphasis on non-western cultures. Questions are posed
regarding how humans adapt biologically and culturally through time
and how that impacts people today.
at CSUB do research on California Indians, prehistoric nutrition, women
in sports, aging cross culturally, including studies in western and
who study Anthropology at CSUB gain insight and knowledge about past
and present civilizations through lectures and extensive hands-on lab
sessions and field surveys. Under the guidance of CSUB's faculty, opportunities
in research, conference participation, and field archaeology enhance
a student's preparation for more advanced training.
and Career Outlook:
the Anthropology Career Brief from Career Planning and Placement here.
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majors find career opportunities in archaeology, social service, law
enforcement, private industry, and government service. Teaching at the
secondary level is available for those with a baccalaureate degree.
Master's degree graduates teach at the community college and university
who have done significant research can find job opportunities in research
and at universities. The spectrum of courses offered at CSUB, including
everything from lectures to labs and field research, adds significantly
to a student's combined education-and-experience marketability.
need more information? Please visit the Anthropology Department
office located in Dorothy Donahoe Hall, AA209, or contact the department