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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.
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 (61 total students, 2007-2017): Stan State (51%); San Francisco State (13%); Sacramento State (10%); Humboldt State (10%); Sonoma State (7%).
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 (26 total students, 2007-2017): UC Santa Cruz (27%); UC Berkeley (19%); UCLA (15%); UC Davis (12%).
To transfer to a UC, we highly recommend that you
Come see one of us to get you started on planning your college transfer!
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