Anthropology

Curriculum BES.ANT.AS (U230A31)

Anthropology is the study of humans in all areas and in all periods of time. Physical and cultural courses are offered. Students interested in anthropology as a four-year major should consult the catalog of their transfer school for social, physical and life science requirements appropriate to the first two years of study.

Recommended courses:

 

ANT 102

Introduction to Physical Anthropology

3

 

ANT 103

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

3

 

ANT 105

Introduction to Archaeology

3

 

ANT 201

Northern American Indians

3

 

ANT 296

Special Topics in Anthropology

3

(Select courses that meet the BS requirements of your transfer college.)

General education requirements: AS degree

40-41

Anthropology courses or other electives for AS degree

23-24

See ANT course descriptions.

Chairperson: Lorelei Carvajal, Ext. 3440