Studying Anthropology at College of Alameda exposes you to cutting edge coursework looking at the evolution of human biological structures, population genetics, and cultural selection factors, which contribute to human
variation and change. We offer an Associate in Arts (AA) and an Associate in Science (AS) degree. Additionally, coursework from this department meets requirements for University of California (UC) and the California State University (CSU) systems’ lower-division transfer credits, and also meets UC lower-division major and CSU general education requirements. We also give major consideration to contemporary bioscience trends and their consequent impact on health care and technological change.
Careers in anthropology include: anthropologist, archaeologist, artifacts conservator, curator, ethnologist, Foreign Service officer, immigration service official, international aid agencies official, international business employee, multicultural education instructor, museum curator, park ranger, park service official, professor/ teacher, refugee worker, researcher, social science teacher,
social worker, travel consultant, and urban planner.