Explore human evolution, history and behavior. Take classes in humanities as well as the social and biological sciences. Specialize in areas like cultural, linguistic and forensic anthropology.
Degree in Anthropology
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Following graduation, Anthropology majors work in many fields, including government, education, museums, marketing, local government, military, criminal justice and law enforcement. Find jobs as museum curators, teachers, researchers, archeologists, preservationists or forensic anthropologists.
Students in the People, Culture and Society area want to learn about others in order to serve them well. They learn about the diversity of human experiences and how our relationships with each other create a deeper understanding and acceptance of our similarities. Everyone at Sierra can take advantage of opportunities to learn about others through the Student Engagement Centers programming, People and Culture Days, and other campus events.Karin Green, Support Specialist
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HistoryGain a deeper understanding of the human condition and find ideas on how we can solve current problems using lessons from the past.
PsychologyExplore why people behave the way they do through the scientific study of behavior and the mind. Learn how to understand and help people.
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