Majors / Programs
Anthropologists study all aspects of human life, including social behavior, values, personality, languages and communication, politics, history and prehistory, technology, art and music, healing, religion, folklore and mythology, architecture, and economics.
Students may choose a two-year Associate of Arts degree in anthropology or they may select anthropology classes as support courses for other majors.
Sample CareersAcademic Archaeologist, Cultural Anthropologist, Forensic Anthropologist, Genealogist
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Associate Professor of Anthropology