Anthropology

Program Purpose:

Students who complete a biological Anthropology course will examine and assess the place of humans in the natural world. Students who complete a cultural Anthropology course will be able to compare and critique their own cultural assumptions against those of people from other societies.

 

Degree in Anthropology:

Students completing the Associate of Arts Degree in Anthropology will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the perspectives, theories, methods, and core concepts of anthropology as a social science and scientific discipline.
  • Examine and assess the place of humans in the natural world.
  • Compare and critique their own cultural assumptions to those of people from other societies.

 

Degree in Archeology:

Students completing the Associate of Arts Degree in Archeology will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the perspectives, theories, methods, and core concepts of anthropology as a social science and scientific discipline.
  • Demonstrate a skill set in archeological field methods including mapping, excavating, and laboratory analysis that will enable them to be an active member of future archeological research projects.

 

Successful Completions (Student Outcomes):

Program/Discipline Award Type Award Title 2011-12
Awards
2012-13
Awards
2013-14
Awards
2014-15
Awards
2015-16
Awards
Anthropology Degree Anthropology for Transfer 10 6 7 13 16
Degree Anthropology A.A.     4 8 4
Degree Archeology A.A. 4 3 1 1 2

2016 Report on Learning Outcomes