Anthropology is study of workings of societies around the world and long-term development of the human organism.
The Associate in Arts in Anthropology for Transfer degree focuses on a critical and holistic analysis of humankind, their many cultural adaptations, both globally and throughout time, and the vast diversity that humankind exhibits, both past and present. Students in the Anthropology Transfer program will gain a basic, though in-depth, understanding of the
various fields and sub-fields of anthropology, as well as the theoretical underpinnings of this holistic discipline.
Students will engage in courses such as Cultural Anthropology; Physical Anthropology; Archaeology; Magic, Witchcraft and Religion; Racial and Ethnic Relations in America; among others. After earning the AA transfer degree, students will be prepared to continue on for a baccalaureate degree in Anthropology.
ASSOCIATE IN ARTS IN ANTHROPOLOGY FOR TRANSFER DEGREE
Faculty and Contacts
|CULTURE AND LIBERAL ARTS DEPARTMENT|
Chair: David W. Moore