2016-2017 Catalog

Anthropology AA Degree

The Anthropology degree opens doors to many different career paths. The program covers the Four-Field Method of Anthropology, giving students the skills needed to work in every environment and setting imaginable. They can be found working in large corporations or studying primates. Anthropologists work in deserts, cities, schools, even in underwater archaeological sites or as forensic anthropologists in crime labs. Anthropologists' unique training and perspective enable them to compete successfully for these jobs.

Degree Requirements

Freshman Year - Fall Semester

ENGL 1010ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

3

ANTH 1300INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY

3

ANTH 1200INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY

3

LAB SCIENCE

4

US GOVERNMENT

3

Total Credit Hours:16
ANTH 1300, ANTH 1200, Lab Science (GEOL 1100 or BIOL 1010): Required courses for A.A. degree in Anthropology

Freshman Year - Spring Semester

ANTH 2000INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS

3

ENGL 1020ENGLISH COMPOSITION II

3

OR

ENGL 2005TECHNICAL WRITING

3

COSC 1200COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

3

MATH 1400COLLEGE ALGEBRA

3

HUMANITIES/APPLIED ARTS

3

HEALTH & HUMAN ACTIVITY

1

Total Credit Hours:16
ANTH 2000 and ENGL 2010 or ENGL 2005: Required courses for A.A. degree in Anthropology

Sophomore Year - Fall Semester

ANTH 1100INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

4

ANTH 2210NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS

3

HIST 2310AMERICAN WOMEN'S HISTORY

3

SOC 1000SOCIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES

3

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

4

HEALTH & HUMAN ACTIVITY

1

Total Credit Hours:18
ANTH 1100, SOC 1000: Required courses for A.A. degree in Anthropology

Sophomore Year - Spring Semester

ANTH 2200WORLD CULTURE

3

G&R 1000INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHY

3

STAT 2070STATISTICS FOR SOC SCIENCE

4

ELECTIVES

6

ASSESSMENT REQUIREMENT

0

Total Credit Hours:16

ANTH 2200 and STAT 2070 (or any other STAT course): Required courses for A.A. degree in Anthropology

Approved Electives: ANTH 2490, ART 2010, SOC 2200, SOC 2325, SOC 2350

Total Credit Hours: 66