Anthropology Programs

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Linda Blan

Welcome

Why do we do the things we do? Is it biology? Or culture? In the Anthropology Department, we're finding out! We study the factors that influence human behavior. This helps us understand the differences in how humans look and live.

Anthropology is divided into four subfields: physical anthropology (the study of man as a biological entity), cultural/ethnology (the study of living cultures), archaeology (the study of past cultures), and linguistics (the study of language and language origins). Anthropology will add a unique dimension to your education…take a class and see!

- Linda Blan, Anthropology Instructor

 

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Students Dig Anthropology

"I am now a history major with a minor in anthropology at the University of Arizona. Your classes inspired me to minor in anthropology and really helped me at the U of A. The caste, class, and various other systems are less confusing and I am glad I took your classes. I am sure you are an inspiration to so many others."

 

“I'm back to working on my anthropology major. I couldn't be happier about that. It truly is the only thing that fascinates me to the point of complete captivation. I'm actually applying to do a study abroad this summer in Ireland. I'd get to participate in an archeological dig, and I'm so excited! Thank you for encouraging me to continue to pursue this goal."

 

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Transfer and Careers

Looking Forward to a Career You'll Treasure

If you want to work as a professional anthropologist, with a master’s degree you have a greater choice of jobs. However, entry-level positions are available with a bachelor’s degree. There are a wide variety of careers in anthropology, from business anthropology to museum work to applied archaeology.

The job market for anthropologists and archaeologists is expected to grow much faster than the average—28% by 2018.

Average salary: $53,910

 

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Curriculum

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Anthropology (AA)

If you’re planning a career in education, psychology, medicine, forestry, geology, social services, or criminal justice, you’ll benefit from taking anthropology courses.

This associate of arts degree program meets the requirements for the first two years of a four-year bachelor’s program at a college or university. That means you can transfer in as a junior. Most anthropology classes will transfer as social science credit, but may also satisfy other requirements. Please consult the official transfer guide to tailor your curriculum, since degree requirements differ.

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Send Us a Message

Please call or email us to find out more about anthropology programs at EAC. We’re happy to answer your questions.

Contact:

Linda Blan
Anthropology Faculty
(928) 428-8310
linda.blan@eac.edu

 

Contact our Admissions Office for info on college admissions, housing, scholarships and financial aid or to schedule a campus visit.

Contact:

Admissions Office
(928) 428-8272
800-678-3808 x. 8272
admissions@eac.edu