Anthropology

The study of everything

Whether you want to study genetics, monkey societies, the ancient past, modern cultures, or how language shapes our world, our Associate in Arts will introduce you to all of these possibilities.

Anthropology is the study of human similarities and differences in all times and in all places. It borrows perspectives from many different subjects to consider the full sweep of the human experience and tackles big-picture questions.

The strength of our program is the involvement of students in small research projects. Students learn to collect, analyze, and generate new information. With hard work, you might also continue our student tradition of creating academic presentations and formal publications. Something university students rarely accomplish.

Why study Anthropology with us?

Work with our Academic Success Advisors to plan your transfer to a 4-year institution. We can recommend schools that fit your future goals.

Your instructors know you by name—not by number. At CLC, the instructors are teachers first, researchers second. They dedicate their careers to helping you learn and understand the significance of anthropology to a variety of fields.

You learn the same material studied at 4-year schools, while you receive the personal attention and feedback possible only in small class sizes.

Highlights

  • Financial Aid/Scholarships Available

    Based on need and/or achievement. Explore ways to pay for college.
  • Transfer Degree

    Save on your first 2 years and transfer your credits to the 4-year school of your choice.
  • Program Length: 2 Years

    Full-time students finish in 2 years.

Transfer Degree

For students planning to transfer to a 4-year college or university for a bachelor’s degree.

These programs are built around general education classes that lead to an associate degree designed to transfer to a 4-year school. CLC participates in the Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) to ensure that approved courses will transfer to other participating colleges and universities. Transfer degrees typically take 2 years* to complete.

*Assumes full-time enrollment.

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A College & Career Navigator (CCN) is ready to answer your questions and assist with your application, academic program selection, class enrollment and connecting you with resources as needed, making your journey at CLC smoother.

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Anthropology

Transfer Degree
Cost
$10,613*

Courses in the program

Build your foundation with Anthropology and Science courses. Then, mix in some Fine Arts and Humanities electives that match your interests and goals.

Meet our instructors

Experience the benefit of small class sizes and personalized instruction from your CLC instructors.



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