Anthropology (ANT) courses
ANT 125 Exploring Our Human AncestryGeneral Education Component: GEC 110 - Human Cultures: Social & Behavioral Sciences.
This course explores what it means to be human by tracing our biological and cultural roots. Topics include: the evolutionary process; our place among the living primates; fossil and archaeological evidence of human ancestors and the origins of language, society and culture. Partially fulfills the general education requirements in the social sciences for the associate of arts degree.
ANT 226 Cultural Anthropology
The comparative study of human society and culture, focusing on theories of culture and cultural institutions and ethnographic and cross- cultural methods of research. Partially fulfills the general education requirements in the social sciences for the Associate of Arts degree.