ANTH 103 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass Option
Description: This course presents an overview of cultural anthropology using a comparative, cross-cultural approach. Emphasis is placed on the study of how various peoples around the world have adapted to their environments and developed behaviors to meet their biological, economic, psychological, social and political needs. This course is designed for students planning to take advanced courses in Social and/or Behavioral Sciences or students majoring in Anthropology.
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This course can help you earn the following degree(s) or certificate(s):
- Anthropology - Associate in Arts
- Emphasis in Social and Behavioral Sciences: Anthropology - Associate in Arts
- Emphasis in Social and Behavioral Sciences: Human Development - Associate in Arts
- Emphasis in Social and Behavioral Sciences: Social Sciences - Associate in Arts
- Geographic Information Systems - Associate in Science
- Geography - Associate in Arts
- Global Culture Studies - Certificate of Performance
- Honors Global Competencies - Certificate of Performance
- Sociology - Associate in Arts
- Sociology for Transfer - Associate in Arts