Anthropology courses provide students with an understanding of other cultures and an opportunity to study humankind around the world and throughout the ages. Schoolcraft offers courses in archeology, world religions, Native American traditions, linguistics, cultural diversity, and prehistoric cultures that could lead to careers as historians, teachers, museum curators, or archeologists. In addition, students can:
- Participate in lab work that includes working directly with skeletal material, fossil casts, and stone tool replicas.
- Get involved with campus events like the Multicultural Fair and Global Roundtables.
Students interested in Anthropology should talk to their Academic Advisor about transfer guides and articulation agreements with Schoolcraft College. Students interested in studying Anthropology at a 4-year university may be interested in completing the Associate of Arts, Associate of General Studies, or Associate of Sciences degree at Schoolcraft College.