Anthropology Degree

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 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. Click here to see the degrees that transfer seamlessly to Colorado public colleges or universities. Also take a look at our transfer guide.

Career Paths / Options in Anthropology

  • Contract Archeologist
  • Corporate Analyst
  • Corporate Anthropologist
  • Editor
  • Educational Planner
  • Forensic Specialist
  • Government Analyst
  • High School Teacher
  • Medical Researcher
  • Museum Curator
  • Park Ranger
  • Peace Corps Staffer
  • Social Worker
  • Technical Writer
  • Translator
  • University Administrator
  • Institutions of Higher Learning
  • Industries (with social impact studies)
  • International Firms (needing advisors with sensitivity to cultural
  • differences)
  • International Health and Educational Agencies
  • Private Foundations
  • Religious Agencies (working abroad)
  • Law
  • Public Administration
  • International Studies
  • International Business
  • Library Science
  • Ministry
  • Art History
  • Medicine

See your advisor to map out your educational pathway to your chosen career path.


About Red Rocks Community College: We are a two-year college with two beautiful campuses located in Lakewood and Arvada. With the help of our supportive learning community of faculty and staff, we offer flexible online, weekend, self-paced, accelerated and traditional classes that transfer easily to any four-year college in Colorado. RRCC is a community college that provides degrees and certificates for new or returning students, and concurrent enrollment for high school students since 1969.