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PCC's anthropology program is a two-year transfer program for students who desire a four-year degree. Students of anthropology frequently pursue careers in teaching and research, although students interested in majors like international business and education, or health professions like counseling, social work, and psychology will find that a background in anthropology improves their abilities to interact with people of different cultural backgrounds.

Transferable Credits

Anthropology courses are lower division collegiate courses that transfer to a four-year college or university. Anthropology courses may transfer as:

  • elective credits
  • program requirement credits
  • and/or graduation requirements for the receiving institution

Students are always encouraged to check with the receiving institution, a PCC academic advisor, and the University Transfer website for the most accurate and timely transfer requirement information.

What's Next?

  1. Apply for admission to PCC.
  2. Talk with an academic advisor.


Planning Ahead

Did you know...

The Anthropology program now offers several classes online, including Anthropology 101, 102, and 103.