Associate of Arts - Specialization in Anthropology


Study humankind, from its beginnings millions of years ago to the present day and learn principles of behavior that apply to all human communities. This program provides a well-rounded foundation in the primary subfields of anthropology, including archaeology and biological, cultural and linguistic anthropology.

This program prepares students to transfer as an anthropology major at the junior level at our primary transfer universities, including University of Washington-Seattle, Western Washington University, Central Washington University, Pacific Lutheran University and others.

All public universities in the state of Washington have a language requirement at the bachelor degree level. Students should review those requirements and ensure they meet them prior to transfer. World language credit can be applied toward humanities, multicultural and general elective requirements of the AA degree.




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Dr. Andrew Cho, Program Chair
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Dr. Elizabeth Fortenbery, Faculty Advisor
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