Anthropology is the natural and social science that studies the history, evolution, culture and society of humans. Students will acquire skills and abilities in critical thinking and communication and will become more informed about the interconnectedness of people and systems (culturally and biologically). Students will also recognize common features of the human experience around the world and throughout history and be able to demonstrate respect for the rights and views of others.
The most common career opportunities with a baccalaureate degree include advertising, administration, market research, sales management, public relations, banking, merchandising, medical, editing, journalism, utilities, management consulting, foreign service, urban planning, social services and environmental studies.
Transfer requirements in Anthropology are available in the Counseling Department. In all cases, students should consult with a counselor for specific transfer requirements.
Social Sciences Division Chair
Alicia Crumpler | (559) 737-4816 | email@example.com
Kern: 728F | Visalia Campus
Dean of Business, Social Science, and Consumer Family Studies
Jesse Wilcoxson |(559) 737-6281 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Kern: 716 | Visalia Campus