Associate of Arts for Transfer Degree (AA-T) in Anthropology
The Associate in Arts in Anthropology for Transfer Degree (AA-T in Anthropology) is a 60 unit program which is designed to provide lower-division education to students planning to transfer to a CSU institution in pursuit of a baccalaureate degree in Anthropology.
Students who complete this program will be able to:
- apply scientific methodologies, including descriptive, quantitative, or qualitative;
- and demonstrate a holistic perspective on cultural, environmental, and/or biological systems that address cultural values, change, and interactions.
Students must complete the following ADT requirements:
- 60 semester or 90 quarter CSU-transferable units
- the California State University-General Education-Breadth pattern (CSU GE-Breadth); OR the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) pattern.
- a minimum of 18 semester or 27 quarter units in the major or area of emphasis as determined by the community college district.
- obtainment of a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.0.
- earn a grade of C or better in all courses required for the major or area of emphasis
Students are not required to complete the information competency requirements, PE requirements or cultural diversity requirements found in other degrees at the College.See ADT Requirements
Associate of Arts Degree in Anthropology
After completing an Associate of Arts degree in Anthropology, a student will be able to:
- Apply scientific methodologies, including descriptive, quantitative, or qualitative.
- Demonstrate a holistic perspective on cultural, environmental, and/or biological systems that addresses cultural values, change, and interactions.
Required Core Courses (9 units)
|Course Number||Course Title||Units|
|ANTH 1||Introduction to Physical Anthropology||3 units|
|ANTH 2||Introduction to Archaeology||3 units|
|ANTH 3/3H||Introduction to Cultural Anthropology or Honors||3 units|
Elective Courses (at least 11 units)
|Course Number||Course Title||Units|
|Principles of Macroeconomics or Honors
Principles of Macroeconomics Lab or Honors
|Principles of Microeconomics or Honors
Principles of Microeconomics Lab or Honors
|GEOG 1||Intro to Physical Geography||3 units|
|GEOG 2||Intro to Cultural Geography||3 units|
|HIST 4A||Western Civilization I: Prehistory to 1500 CE||3 units|
|HIST 4B||Western Civilization II: 1500 CE to Present||3 units|
|HIST 5A||World History: Prehistory to 1500||3 units|
|HIST 5B||World History from 1500||3 units|
|HIST 12||African American History||3 units|
|HIST 14||History of the Native North Americans||3 units|
|HIST 16||Mexican-American History||3 units|
|HIST 17A||United States History||3 units|
|HIST 17B/H||United States History or Honors||3 units|
|HIST 20||History and Geography of California||3 units|
|POLI 2||Comparative Governments||3 units|
|POLI 4||International Relations||3 units|
|PSYC 1||General Psychology||3 units|
|PSYC 2/H||Experimental Psychophysiology or Honors||4 units|
|PSYC 7||Physiological Psychology||3 units|
|PSYC 9||Psychology of Women: A Multicultural Perspective||3 units|
|PSYC 12||Human Growth and Development||3 units|
|PSYC 25||Introduction to Abnormal Psychology||3 units|
|SOCI 1||Introduction to Sociology||3 units|
|SOCI 2||Social Problems||3 units|
|SOCI 20||Sociology of Race and Ethnicity||3 units|
|SOCI 40||Marriage and Family Sociology||3 units|
|SOCI 45||Sociology of Human Sexuality||3 units|
|ANTH 4||Intro to Linguistic Anthropology||3 units|
|ANTH 55||Anthropology of Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion||3 units|
|POLI 1/H||American Government or Honors||3 units|
|POLI 3/H||Introduction to Political Science or Honors||3 units|
Total Major Units: 20 units