Each Career Guide highlights curriculum requirements, as well as skills and abilities that may be developed and applied through each course of study. To complement the academic information, a range of interesting occupational opportunities are listed as a starting point for considering how academic experiences may translate to professional work settings. The Career Guide series represents a collaborative effort between The Career Center and numerous academic units.
Anthropology — All anthropology faculty members are available for informal discussion with students during scheduled office hours (check the Department office for times). Concentration advisors are available to explain program objectives and requirements and to help with the planning of your concentration program (appointments are scheduled in the Department office or online at: www.lsa.umich.edu/anthro/undergraduates/advising.
Evolutionary Anthropology — Appointments are scheduled in the department office, (734) 764-7274 or online at: www.lsa.umich.edu/anthro/undergraduates/advising. Academic Minors — Students wishing to pursue an academic minor in Anthropology must develop a specific plan for its completion in consultation with the Department's designated advisor. Appointments are scheduled by calling the department office at (734) 764-7274 or online at: www.lsa.umich.edu/anthro/undergraduates/advising.
The Anthropology Club is a group of anthropology concentrators who meet on a regular basis for a variety of activities. Some of the possible events are: informal talks with faculty members, movies, and field trips. It is organized by the students with the aid of the general anthropology advisor.
This museum is a separate university unit administered by the Director of Museums. All members of the curatorial staff of the museum offer instruction and hold academic titles in the Anthropology Department.
The Mischa Titiev Library, established in 1976, has an extensive collection of materials in all the subdisciplines for both reference and circulation. In addition, the Library has audio-visual equipment for anthropological research.
The UM Training Program in Archaeology provides students with a unique opportunity to participate in original field research. Students receive training in basic methods of archaeological survey, excavation, artifact recording and analysis, while participating in ongoing research in the area chosen by the course director.
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