Anthropology at Broome Community College

Broome Community College offers four introductory courses in Anthropology, within the Department of History, Philosophy & Social Science.  These are:

  • ANT 111: Cultural Anthropology ¬†(3 credits)
  • ANT 112: Introduction to Archaeology (4 credits with laboratory component)
  • ANT 113: Introduction to Biological Anthropology (4 credits with laboratory component)
  • ANT 114: Language, Culture & Communication (3 credits –¬†will fill the Social/Behavioral Sciences requirement)
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Students from Anthro 112 РIntroduction to Archaeology Рlearn about the atlatl (spear thrower).  Data was collected so that students could evaluate the differences between free-hand dart throws versus throws using an atlatl.

Upcoming Course Offerings

Summer 2013 РOnline 

  • Ant 111 Cultural Anthropology – 3 credits ¬†¬†¬†Instructor: Valerie Carnegie
  • Ant 112 Introduction to Archaeology – 4 credits ¬† ¬†Instructor: Lynda Carroll

Fall 2013  

  • Ant 111 Cultural Anthropology – 3 credits ¬†¬†¬†Instructor: Harold Koster, PhD
  • Ant 113 Introduction to Biological Anthropology – 4 credits ¬† ¬†Instructor: Lynda Carroll

Fall 2013 – Online

  • Ant 111 Cultural Anthropology – 3 credits ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† Instructor: Valerie Carnegie
  • Ant 112 Introduction to Archaeology – 4 credits ¬† ¬†Instructor: Kevin Sheridan, PhD

For additional information and schedules, visit http://www.sunybroome.edu/web/www/take-a-class