The ABC has released a new infographic that shows you exactly what the major requirements for an anthropology degree are.
You need a degree in Anthropology and you also need to be a member of a society or group which supports Anthropology.
The degree also needs to be accredited by the Australian Accreditation and Research Council for Anthropological Studies (ARCAS), the Australian Humanist Association (AIHA), or the Australian Anthropological Association (AOA).
The ANU says the main requirements are the following:A bachelor of arts degree, with at least two units in anthropology, must be conferred by the University of Queensland, with the requirement for an ALevel.
A bachelor or graduate of an Australian Science and Technology (ATS) degree must be accredited and registered by ANU, with an A-level requirement for the Bachelor of Science degree.
A degree of science, technology, engineering or maths (techno-sciences) must be achieved at ANU.
If you’re not sure about which degree to choose, we’ve compiled a list of the major Australian science, tech and engineering degrees.
A Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology is required for the Australian Psychology Qualification Scheme (APQS), which requires a minimum of two units of psychology and a minimum cumulative grade point average of 5.2, as well as a minimum grade point total of 18 or higher.
Anthropology degree is also required to be completed in Australia, and it’s worth noting that the ANU doesn’t require a certificate of completion.
Anthropologists work with human beings and are well known for their work with animals.
To be an anthropological researcher, you must have an interest in the human condition and have the ability to analyse and interpret the data of human behaviour, and that’s exactly what you’ll need to do in the field.
If you want to learn more about anthropology and become an archaeologist, check out this guide from the University and State Library.