Anthropology is the study of humanity in all times and places. As such, it has the broadest scope of any of the social sciences. The Anthropology portion of the department includes basic introductory courses in cultural and physical anthropology as well as archaeology. In addition, courses are offered which focus on selected areas such as religion, art, and North American Indians.
With the goal of understanding people in all parts of the world, anthropology is useful to anyone living or working in a multicultural environment, such as the business world, health sciences, or any other profession which involves working with people from diverse backgrounds. The courses within this portion of the department are designed to provide students with survival skills for the global community in which we live, a community in which all of the world’s people are interdependent. Students planning to transfer to a four-year institution and major in anthropology should consult with a counselor regarding the transfer process and lower division requirements.
Contact: Romana Pires
ANTHRO 100 – Introduction to Archaeology
ANTHRO 102 – Cultural Anthropology
ANTHRO 106 – Biological Anthropology
ANTHRO 106H – Biological Anthropology Honors
ANTHRO 107 – North American Indians
ANTHRO 109 – Tribal and Ethnic Art
ANTHRO 110 -(cross listed with RELG 110) Tribal and Ethnic Religions
ANTHRO 120 – Language and Culture
University of California, Riverside http://anthropology.ucr.edu/people/faculty/index.html
California State University, San Bernardino http://anthro.csusb.edu/
The Department of Anthropology is a part of the Division of Social Sciences, Human Development, & Physical Education.