Cuyamaca College offers numerous courses in Anthropology, enabling students to study human behavior from a biological, historical, cultural and social perspective. Students can take courses to fulfill general education requirements or to prepare for a degree in the subject at a four-year college or university. Launching your studies in Anthropology at Cuyamaca College can lead to a wide array of career opportunities from field research to museum curators.
Anthropology is part of the History, Social & Behavioral Sciences department at Cuyamaca College.
Cuyamaca College also is home to the Heritage of the Americas Museum, an educational and cultural center featuring exhibits on the history of art, culture and civilization of the Americas. The Anthropology wing includes exhibits on North American and Peruvian Indian clothing, jewelry, war bonnets and more.