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Anthropology

Department Overview
Anthropology, the study of human beings, combines four subfields to offer a broad-based education for college transfer or personal enrichment: archaeology - the study of past cultures; sociocultural anthropology - the description and analysis of living cultures; anthropological linguistics - dealing with the totality of world languages; and biological anthropology- examining human beings as biological organisms. Students planning to transfer as Anthropology majors should complete AA-DTA degree requirements and must check with the transfer institution regarding specific requirements and transferable credits. Anthropology majors should work closely with a faculty advisor to plan an overall program of study.

Course Listing

Course Listings for Anthropology
ANTH& 100 - Survey of anthropology (formerly ANTHR 110-CCN)General ElectivesSocial ScienceGeneral Transferable Electives
ANTH& 104 - World Prehistory (formerly ANTHR 105 - CCN)General ElectivesSocial ScienceGeneral Transferable Electives
ANTH& 106 - American Mosaic (formerly ANTHR 104 - CCN)General ElectivesSocial ScienceGeneral Transferable Electives
ANTH 107 - ARCHAEOLOGY OF ANCIENT CIVILIZATION (FORMERLY ANTHR 106)General ElectivesSocial ScienceGeneral Transferable Electives
ANTH 150 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN ANTHROPOLOGYGeneral Electives
ANTH 151 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN ANTHROPOLOGYGeneral Electives
ANTH 167 - LIFE AND CULTURE (FORMERLY ANTHR 167)General ElectivesSocial ScienceGeneral Transferable Electives
ANTH& 204 - Archaeology (formerly ANTHR 230-CCN)General ElectivesSocial ScienceGeneral Transferable Electives
ANTH& 205 - Biological Anthropology (formerly ANTHR 210-CCN)General ElectivesNatural ScienceGeneral Transferable Electives
ANTH& 206 - Cultural Anthropology (formerly ANTHR 220-CCN)General ElectivesSocial ScienceGeneral Transferable Electives
ANTH& 210 - Indians of North America -formerly ANTHR 250-CCNGeneral ElectivesSocial ScienceGeneral Transferable Electives
ANTH& 216 - Northwest Coast Indians (formerly ANTHR 260-CCN)General ElectivesSocial ScienceGeneral Transferable Electives
ANTH& 236 - Forensic Anthropology (formerly ANTHR 215 - CCN)General ElectivesNatural Science w/ labGeneral Transferable Electives
ANTH 240 - WOMEN CROSS-CULTL PERSP (FORMERLY ANTHR 240)General ElectivesSocial ScienceGeneral Transferable Electives