What defines being human? Why are there variations and differences among different groups of humans? Why does my social or cultural group react in a certain way to other groups’ actions? Why does it make sense for other groups to behave in certain ways when it would never occur to me to do the same thing?

Anthropology seeks to answer these questions and others so we may better understand human societies and the complexity of our roles in the world. Collin College anthropology coursework will provide you with a foundation in the discipline and will serve you well as you seek to understand the world.

To earn an associate degree, complete the 42 credit hour General Education Core, and 18 credit hours of general studies electives and the Associate of Arts (AA) or Associate of Science (AS) degree requirements. Check with your transfer institution before registering for general studies electives to make sure your courses will be degree applicable to your bachelor degree at the transfer institution.

Related  Electives - Check with your transfer institution for degree applicability of individual electives.  

ANTH 2301 Physical Anthropology
ANTH 2302 Introduction to Archeology
ANTH 2346 General Anthropology
ANTH 2351 Cultural Anthropology
BIOL 2404 Human Anatomy and Physiology Basic
BIOL 2416 Genetics
ENGL 2332 World Literature I
GEOG 1302 Human Geography
PHIL 2306 Introduction to Ethics
PSYC 2301 General Psychology
SOCI 1301 Introduction to Sociology
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