AA-T Degree Pending Approval by the State Chancellor’s Office

A student receiving a degree in this field will be able to:

  • Utilize anthropological theories and research methods to "make the unfamiliar familiar, and make the familiar unfamiliar"
  • Apply archeological and anthropological research methods, and explain which would be appropriate in the investigation
  • Identify the components of "culture" and explain the application to the interpersonal and organizational experience of a given case study, covering topics such as the roles of legends, symbolism, rites of passage, linguistics and drug use
  • Define ethnocentrism and appraise its role in maintaining societal solidarity and its impact on tolerance, pluralism and diversity

Please see the College Catalog for information and requirements.

Course Listing / Semester Course Offerings


Faculty Chair: Julie Davis-McKee
Office:SSA 332