Anthropology Courses Offered




Role and Scope


Anthropology is the scientific study of human beings, their ancestors and prehistoric origins, and human diversity throughout the world. NCTC offers two courses in the discipline of Anthropology. Courses vary by semester and campus.


ANTH 2346  General Anthropology

A study of human beings, their ancestors and related primates, and their cultural behaviors and institutions.  Covers the major sub-fields of Anthropology: physical anthropology, cultural anthropology, archaeology, and linguistic anthropology. 


ANTH 2351  Cultural Anthropology

A study of cultural diversity, social institutions, linguistics, and culture change among world peoples. Focus on understanding the forces that shape various dimensions of cultures and societies. 


For more information on the Department of Behavioral & Cultural Sciences,

contact Department Chair, Leslie Kelley; 940-498-6424


Anthropology Adjunct Instructors

Pat Easley:

Jesse Todd:


Professor Jesse Todd at a dig in east Texas

Department of Behavioral & Cultural Sciences
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