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About Anthropology

Anthropology supports the multicultural, international, experiential and interdisciplinary educational philosophy of Ramapo College. As such, Anthropology courses constitute a major component of the General Education program, besides serving the Anthropology minor. Most anthropology courses count towards the International Studies major as well.

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Anthropology courses at Ramapo are concentrated in cultural anthropology, the sub-discipline of anthropology that emphasizes the role of culture in human life, and analyzes social and cultural differences and similarities throughout the world. By studying this field, students will become familiar with the diversity of cultural practices in the world, and the effects of global economic and political forces on the lives of people throughout the world.

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Sample Job Titles and National Salary Ranges

Job TitleSalary Range
Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists$42,310 - $141,250
Anthropologists and Archeologists$35,980 - $98,360
Urban and Regional Planners$43,840 - $118,470
Anthropology and Archeology Teachers, Postsecondary$51,500 - $185,410
Area, Ethnic, and Cultural Studies Teachers, Postsecondary$42,280 - $154,030
Philosophy and Religion Teachers, Postsecondary$41,050 - $149,290
Archivists$28,040 - $96,460
Curators$44,560 - $110,930
Museum Technicians and Conservators$30,970 - $74,350
Librarians$42,620 - $97,460

* Sources of Information: United States Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics (2017). For more information about careers and assistance in making your career plans, please contact Career Services (cahill@ramapo.edu) or visit www.ramapo.edu/careercenter/.

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David Resnick '15

Anthropology, Human Rights and Genocide Studies, International Studies

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Vincent T. Marchese '75

Anthropology, Sociology

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Alexa Torres '16

Anthropology, Environmental Studies

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Alexandra Vasquez '15

Anthropology, Biology

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Francesca De Ros '16

Anthropology, Education, Literature

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Valerie Torrizo '14

Anthropology, Contemporary Arts, Journalism, Political Science

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Shannon Jirkovsky '16

Anthropology, Human Rights and Genocide Studies, International Studies

Important components of Anthropology are presented in an integrated manner. In many Anthropology courses, students are required to do field work assignments and to write papers based on this first hand research.

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