Anthropology is the study of human behavior from a biological, historical, cultural and social perspective. Students may take courses to prepare for a major in anthropology or to fulfill general education requirements.

Career options include work in data analysis, social services, education, journalism, advertising, international relations, government service, field research, contract archaeology, museums, zoological parks, and nonprofit organizations.

Contact Information

Department Chair: Lynne Miller
Office: Oceanside, Room T312
P 760.757.2121 x6636

Dean: Mike Fino
Office: Oceanside, Room 3610
P 760.795.6809

Department: Social Science
Academic Division Administrative Assistant: Molly Kendall
Office: Building 3600
P 760.795.6874
Hours: 7:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. 

Full-Time Faculty