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Anthropology provides multicultural coursework on all peoples, all places, and all times through a selection of offerings to meet transfer students' needs and life-long learners' interests, integrating practical materials into our lessons to provide intellectual engagements concerning human adaptation, evolution and cultural variation. Anthropology at MJC offers a comprehensive program of introductory courses that are fully articulated and transferable to all CSUs and the University of California. Click here to investigate the job opportunities for anthropology majors, and the knowledge and skills anthropology students develop.
Thinking of a major in anthropology? Here are some data about transfer from MJC, and recommended steps for students to take. NOTE: You don’t have to know or decide now whether you want to transfer to a CSU or UC, but plan now to make sure that you on are the path to take the classes that you need.
California State University (CSU). Top 5 schools for MJC anthro majors who transfer to a CSU (67 total students, 2007-2018): Stan State (51%); San Francisco State (15%); Sacramento State (10%); Humboldt State (9%); Sonoma State (6%).
To transfer to a CSU, we highly recommend that you:
University of California (UC). Top 4 schools for MJC anthro majors who transfer to a UC (29 total students, 2007-2018): UC Santa Cruz (31%); UC Berkeley (17%); UCLA (14%); UC Davis (10%).
To transfer to a UC, we highly recommend that you
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