Anthropology

Anthropology is "the study of people."  The central questions in this discipline have to do with where humans came from, where they are going, who they are, what their nature is, and how cultures vary.  There are several different types of anthropology that you can explore: archaeology, cultural anthropology, physical (or biological) anthropology and linguistics.

The Anthropology program at Oxnard College offers a selection of lower division courses in physical anthropology, cultural anthropology, gender, cross-cultural psychology, peoples of the world, prehistory, linguistics and archaeology. Anthropology is an excellent transfer degree, as it is a broad field with both biological and social scientific methods. Anthropology’s central questions have to do with where humans came from, where they are going, who they are, what their nature is and how cultures vary.

Students who have completed courses or A.A. degrees in anthropology have transferred to Stanford, UCLA, UCSB, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UCSD, UC Irvine, UC Santa Cruz, USC, CSU Chico, CSU Northridge, CSU Channel Islands, SUNY, New York University, Pepperdine and many other places.

The potential job market for anthropology graduates includes openings in Business, Criminology, Documentary Film Making, Marketing, Environmental Science, Non-Profit Business, Park Ranger, Politics, Event Organizer, Social Work and Translator.

Full-time Faculty

Linda L. Kama'ila , Ph.D. ext 1918

​Arion Melidonis, Ph.D.  ext 2070

​Part-time Faculty

John Greer