Sep 26, 2020  
2019 - 2020 Cowley College Academic Catalog 
    
2019 - 2020 Cowley College Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Anthropology Transfer Pathway (AA)


Anthropology is a multidisciplinary, scientific study of the human condition. Through the traditional four fields of cultural anthropology, archaeology, biological/physical anthropology, and linguistics, anthropologists examine every aspect of humanity in a holistic, comparative, and evolutionary way. Upon completion of the Anthropology Transfer Pathway from Cowley College, students will have a solid foundation for a bachelor’s degree from a 4-year college or university. Depending on specialization, anthropology majors can pursue careers in human resources, museums, government, military, advocacy, and non-profit sectors, as well as research and teaching.

Pathway Code: ANTH


General Education Requirements (39 hours)


Computer Literacy (3 hours)


Humanities (9 hours)


Complete courses from 3 Different Departments (ART, FOL, HIS, HUM, LIT, MIN, MUS, PHO, REL, THE) - Studio and Performance courses cannot be included.

For a list of course options click this link Humanities Elective(s)  

The following are the recommended Humanities electives for this pathway:  

Social Sciences (9 hours)


Complete courses from 3 Different Departments (ANT, ECO, GEG, POL, PSY, SOC). 
For a list of course options click this link Social Science Elective(s)   

The following are the recommended Social Science electives for this pathway:

Laboratory Sciences (5 hours)


Complete 5 credits of Lab Science from Lab Science Elective(s)  . 

Recommended course:

Health & Physical Education (1 hour)


Complete one course Health & Physical Education Elective(s) .

  • Health & Physical Education Elective 1 hour(s) ____________________________

Minimum Hours for a Degree 62*


*A minimum of 62 hours is required to earn a Cowley degree, however additional credit hours may be outlined on the transfer pathway to meet the program requirements for a 4-year institution. 

Depending on skill level and assessment scores, students may be required to take the necessary basic skill or prerequisite courses prior to enrolling in the program courses.