Anthropology | NorthWest Arkansas Community College

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When taking a course in Anthropology, you'll study humanity by examining the origin, behavior and development of humans and what it means to be human in the cultural sense. You'll learn how scientific research methodology allows us to see how human groups lived thousands of years ago and discover how culture and values have evolved over time.

ANTH 1011 Biological Anthropology Lab
ANTH 1013 Intro Biological Anthropology
ANTH 1023 Cultural Anthropology

Anthropology courses are options in many of our career and transfer degree programs, including the Associate of Arts with emphasis in global studies.

Pursuing a degree in anthropology can lead to a career in the following areas:

  • Teaching and education work
  • Research institutions and laboratories
  • International businesses
  • Cultural resource management
  • Museums and curation facilities
  • Zoos and conservation centers
  • Public health organizations
  • Social services