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The Department of Anthropologyspecializes in:
Discipline specific knowledge is only one of the many benefits of pursuing an undergraduate degree. However, this knowledge alone is not enough to prepare you for entering the world of work. You will discover that the content of your degree does not restrict your job opportunities.
Being aware of the transferable skills you've developed throughout your studies will better prepare you for entering the job market and allow you to articulate the skills that are so valued by employers.
Writing and oral presentation. In your written work, supervisions and seminar presentations you might experiment with different styles and formats appropriate to different kinds of audience
Preparing written work involves the basic skills of independent library/ internet research and critical analysis.
Film, video, still photography and tape-recording are all basic tools of anthropological research and teaching.
Criticism, analysis, synthesis, problem-solving. Lectures, seminars, examinations, dissertations, supervisions, independent reading and project work are all relevant here
For a more complete list of transferable skills click here.