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Anthropology

Overview

Anthropology is the study of humankind around the world and throughout time, with the goal of understanding our evolutionary origins, our biological distinction as a species, and our diverse manifestations of culture. This degree provides students with basic skills in critical analysis, application of the scientific method, and cross-cultural understanding.

Our curriculum includes introductory courses, archeology, world prehistory, cultures, and current issues in anthropology.

Degrees Offered

  • A.A.-T. in Anthropology
  • A.S. in Anthropology
  • A.S. in General Science
  • Division Dean Kathy Sorensen (Interim)
  • Department Chair Katrina Worley
  • Phone (916) 484-8283