While some of our graduates will go on to pursue careers as anthropologists, geographers, and geologists, many more will use their background to prepare them for jobs in medicine, law, social work, forensics, archaeology, curation, conservation, archiving, human resources, education, marketing, public health, psychology, logistics, government, city planning, hydrology, cartography, and geological engineering.
We currently offer the following degrees:
- Associate in Arts in Anthropology for Transfer,
- Associate in Arts in Geography for Transfer,
- Associate in Science in Geology for Transfer,
- Environmental Studies: Physical Sciences, Associate in Arts