Students in Anthropology study the nature of the human diversity from a genetic, archeological, linguistic, and cultural basis. The breadth of Anthropology includes the historical and contemporary theory and research as the basis from which to gain an in-depth awareness and understanding of humans and the world in which we live.

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Eduardo Perez. EdD.
Department Chair
(951) 907-3882

Major Units
Typical Time to Completion
2 years
Program Map

If you are interested in understanding our communities, how they’re formed and what influences their structures, while others are driven to take a more hands-on role to improve and advance our societies, you can explore other instructional pathways in Social and Behavioral Sciences.