CCA is an accredited community college with campuses in Aurora and Denver Colorado

Anthropology Courses

ANT 101: Cultural Anthropology (gt)
ANT 107: Introduction to Archaeology (gt)
ANT 111: Physical Anthropology (gt)

ANT 201: Introduction to Forensic Anthropology (gt)
ANT 215: Indians of North America (gt)
ANT 250: Medical Anthropology
ANT 275: Special Topics in Anthropology


ANT 101: Cultural Anthropology (gt)

Studies human cultural diversity, social organization, language, religion, gender, globalization, and much more!

Fulfills social science and/or elective requirements for many degrees and is guaranteed transfer.

Prerequisite: successful completion of ENG 060 (grade 'C' or higher)

 

 

ANT 107: Introduction to Archaeology (gt)

Studies human prehistoric and historic past.  Includes the science of recovering the past, the prehistory of Old and New World cultures, and much more!

Fulfills social science and/or elective requirements for many degrees and is guaranteed transfer.

Prerequisite: successful completion of ENG 060 (grade 'C' or higher)

*During Fall semesters, this course involves a weekend field trip to Southeastern Utah for archaeological site visits.

 

ANT 111: Physical Anthropology (gt)

Studies human biology and evolution.  Includes genetics, anatomy, primate behavior, human origins, human variation, and much more!

Fulfills social science and/or elective requirements for many degrees and is guaranteed transfer.

Prerequisite: successful completion of ENG 060 (grade 'C' or higher)

 

 

ANT 201: Introduction to Forensic Anthropology (gt)

Studies the human skeleton and basic principles of forensic investigation.  Includes the practical application of physical anthropology, archaeology, and judicial procedure.

Fulfills social science and/or elective requirements for many degrees and is guaranteed transfer.

Prerequisite: successful completion of ENG 060 (grade 'C' or higher).

 

 

ANT 215: Indians of North America (gt)

Studies indigenous cultures of North America.  Includes origins of native peoples in the New World, development of geographic culture areas, European contact, and contemporary Native American issues.

Fulfills social science and/or elective requirements for many degrees and is guaranteed transfer.

Prerequisite: successful completion of ENG 060 (grade 'C' or higher).

 

 

ANT 250: Medical Anthropology

Studies cross-cultural practices and beliefs of health and medicine.

Fulfills elective requirements for many degrees.

Prerequisite: successful completion of ENG 060 (grade 'C' or higher)

 

ANT 275: Special Topics in Anthropology

Off-campus field experience at anthropological sites.  Special topics may focus on archaeology, cultural anthropology, physical anthropology, or other anthropological disciplines.

Fall semesters- topic includes field trip to Southeastern Utah for archaeological site visits.

Spring semesters- intensive study abroad trip to various destinations, such as Mexico or Costa Rica.

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