Colorado Mountain College offers students the opportunity to complete the AA-Anthropology requirements at CMC and then transfer into a degree program at a participating Colorado public four-year college or university. To ensure maximum transferability of your degree credits toward your goals, please see your advisor.
See the section on Scholarships and Awards for scholarship opportunities related to this program. The Associate of Arts - Anthropology Emphasis degree is offered at all locations. Not every course is offered on every campus.
State Guaranteed General Education Requirements
3 courses. 6 credits ENG: select either ENG 121 and ENG 122, or ENG 122 and ENG 201. Plus 3 credits COM: select either COM 115 or COM 125.
Colorado Mountain College requires its graduates to be proficient in computer use. To graduate, a student must demonstrate proficiency via an examination administered by the college or take CIS 118. If you take the course, it will be applied to the elective credit.