Anthropology

This course examines family and kinship, religion, economics, politics, survival of indigenous groups, and Western influences from an anthropological perspective to gain appreciation for cultural and ethnic diversity. Students gain an understanding of the differences and similarities, both biological and cultural, in human populations and recognize the characteristics that define their own culture while gaining an appreciation for the culture of others.

Anthropology
Art History A/B
Business Communication
Creative Writing
Digital Arts
Essentials of Business
Ethics
Financial Literacy
Geography
Media Studies
Music Appreciation
Psychology A/B
Research

Health & Fitness

Health Life Management
Personal Fitness
Physical Education

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