Forensic Anthropology is the analysis of the skeletal, decomposed, or unidentified human remains.
Anthropologists need a high school diploma or GED, bachelor's degree, and a master's degree in anthropology.
Future Outlook for Anthropology
United States employment as of 2012 is 7,200 (which is not specific to forensic anthropology) with a growth rate of 19.4%.
Click here to go to the American Board of Forensic Anthropology.