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Edmonds College Associate of Arts in Anthropology
Edmonds College

Associate of Arts in Anthropology

Lynnwood, USA

2 Years

English

Full time

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USD 3,772 / per quarter *

Distance Learning, On-Campus

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Introduction

Join Us for a Holistic Approach to the Study of Humans

  • Useful for: further studies in medicine, marketing, primatology, forensics, and cultural and environmental resource management
  • Classes explore: human biology, origins, prehistory, cultural diversity, and religious experience
  • Notable: the LEAF School partners with tribes, government agencies, and non-profits to offer students field-based opportunities to apply anthropology in local and international communities.


Where did we come from? What makes us human? How are we similar to and different from other people? Where do we go from here? If these questions inspire you, you may enjoy an anthropology career.

Anthropology is the holistic study of humanity. We draw from biology, social sciences, and humanities to better understand our experiences as humans. Anthropology graduates pursue careers in academia, government, cultural and natural resources, medicine, public health, forensics, museums, tourism, and business.

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