2013-2014 catalog 
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2013-2014 catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Social Sciences Program, Anthropology Option, A.A.

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This option prepares students for a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology. This program provides the framework for a scientific and comprehensive study of human behavior and society and introduces students to the major subfields of anthropology and the various associated specializations. Upon completion of the program, students will be able to make informed choices regarding their careers and academic areas of specialization. Students will be able to work effectively with diverse ethnic populations in many different disciplines such as education, healthcare, human and social services, and business and community development.

Graduates of this program will be able to:

  • Distinguish between career options in terms of anthropological subfields and how cultures are studied through fieldwork
  • Develop the necessary skills to critically think the important role culture has in defining the human experience and how an awareness of cultural universals can decrease cross-cultural misunderstandings
  • Recognize the role globalization and cultural diffusion have on culture change


General Education - 45-48 credits

As described in General Education .

Career Studies - 3 credits as follows:

Career Studies - 9 credits from among the following:

At least one course must be a 200 level course.

Elective - 0-3 credits

Total credits required for degree: 60


* Offered Fall Term only

** Offered Spring Term only

*** Offered Summer Term only

Program Code for registration: SSANT

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Suggested Sequence - Social Sciences Program A.A. Degree Anthropology Option

The following sequence is an example of how this degree can be completed in two years. This sequence is based on satisfaction of all Basic Skills requirements and prerequisites and presumes a Fall Term start date. An individual’s program may vary depending on transfer institution, career objectives, or individual needs. See your counselor for other options and to monitor your progress.

Semester 1 - Fall Term

Total credits: 15-18

Semester 2 - Spring Term

Total credits: 15-16

Semester 3 - Fall Term

Total credits: 16

Semester 4 - Spring Term

Total credits: 12-15

Sequence Notes:

(1) A minimum of 12 credits are required from the Mathematics , Sciences  or Technological Competency  knowledge areas.

(2) One course is required from the Cultural & Global Awareness  knowledge area. Students may meet the requirement while simultaneously fulfilling the General Education  requirement for another knowledge area.

Transfer Information

For-additional information on transfer visit the Transfer Resources website at http://transfer.brookdalecc.edu

Degree Audit Information

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