If you plan to transfer to a four-year college or university to complete a major in Anthropology you should complete the following courses. Consult with a faculty or academic advisor before beginning this program of study. These courses provide the basic preparation leading to Art-related careers.
The Anthropology program offers the following degree:
- Associate of Arts in Anthropology (designated degree/see below)
Associate of Arts: Anthropology Designated Degree
In collaboration with Colorado 4-year schools, Colorado has developed a statewide guaranteed transfer program called "gtPathways" to create seamless transfer. Click here for a list of courses that are guaranteed transfer to any Colorado public college or university.
This AA Anthropology Designated Degree will transfer seamlessly to Colorado public colleges or universities.
Career Paths / Options in Anthropology
- Contract Archaeologist
- Corporate Analyst
- Corporate Anthropologist
- Educational Planner
- Forensic Specialist
- Government Analyst
- High School Teacher
- Medical Researcher
- Museum Curator
- Park Ranger
- Peace Corps Staffer
- Social Worker
- Technical Writer
- University Administrator
- Institutions of Higher Learning
- Industries (with social impact studies)
- International Firms (needing advisors with sensitivity to cultural
- International Health and Educational Agencies
- Private Foundations
- Religious Agencies (working abroad)
- Public Administration
- International Studies
- International Business
- Library Science
- Art History
See your advisor to map out your educational pathway to your chosen career path.
Gainful Employment Information
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