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Anthropology

Rich Keilholtz
Chair of the Social Sciences, Education and Criminal Justice department
Rich Keilholtz

"As a first-generation college student from a blue-collar family, I was pretty lost when I first stepped foot on my college campus and I know I wouldn't have had some of the early challenges I faced if there'd been a passionate and encouraging support network like the one we have here for students at PCC.”

What will I learn?

Anthropology is the study of human society, life and culture. You will learn about how people lived, what they thought, and how they interacted with their environment. This provides us a critical understanding of the world today and how the future world may develop.

Degree & Certificate Offerings in Anthropology:

Program Information

Location
Pueblo Campus, Fremont Campus, Southwest, Online
Pathway
Social & Behavioral Science
Awards
AA
Course Availability
Day, Evening, Online
Program Length
4 Semesters