Anthropology is the study of human societies and
cultures and their development. Anthropology studies both past and present societies.
A graduate with an anthropology degree can begin a career in criminology, development studies, journalism or marketing. Anthropology students gain special understanding of human relations and expertise for jobs involving international or cross-cultural work, and social and ethnic diversity. Anthropologists are qualified to suggest, plan and implement policies affecting people, and identify needs for change.
Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) - Anthropology
Listed below are programs of study offered by Norco College and requirements for specific certificates and degrees. Students are encouraged to meet with a counselor for individual education planning.
Any request for a course substitution or waiver may be discussed with a counselor and must be submitted for approval to the Admissions and Records Office.
NOTE: Students wanting to transfer to a university may reference course transferability through www.assist.org.
For complete degree & certificate information, including required coursework listings, please consult the current College Catalog.
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