Career and Academic Opportunities

Anthropology majors will provide students with strong research, critical thinking skills, and knowledge of the multicultural world. The MSCM provides a valuable opportunity for anthropology majors to apply and enhance these skills as they relate to conflict management and to use these skills in a variety of career contexts including Patient Care Advocate, Diplomat, Employee Relations Specialist, Humanitarian Relief Specialist, Child Advocate, Organizational Consultant, Ombudsman, Facilitator, Divorce, and Family Mediator, Juvenile Court Mediator, Arbitrator, Victim-witness Advocate, Crisis Negotiator, CIA, FBI, Homeland Security, Consular Officer, Human Rights Advocate.

Salary and Career Information

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Admission Requirements

Double Owl Admission Requirements 
  • GPA: 3.25
  • 90 hours completed toward bachelor's degree
  • At least 30 hours in residence at KSU
Double Counted Courses Include
  • MSCM 7210 to count for Upper Division Electives
  • MSCM 7220 to count for Upper Division Electives
  • MSCM 7400 to count for Upper Division Electives
Graduate Admission Requirements


Suggested Timeline

Students should apply to this Double Owl Pathway in the second semester of their sophomore year.

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Contact Information

Undergraduate Information

Undergraduate Degree
Bachelor of Science in Antropology

Department / College
Geography and Anthropology / Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Willingham Hall, Room 202H

Advising Contact
Christine Jacobs, Advisor

Graduate Information

Graduate Degree
Master of Science in Conflict Management

Department / College
School of Conflict Management, Peace Building & Development / Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences
House 3201, Room 113

Advising Contact
Amanda Reinke, Program Coordinator