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What does it mean to be human? That’s the question you’ll aim to answer when you study anthropology.
In this program, you’ll explore past and present human societies, with classes in introductory anthropology, cultural anthropology, primitive technology, and the cultures of North America's native peoples. The field includes four areas: archeology, cultural anthropology, linguistics and biological anthropology.
Whether you want to teach, work in a museum, dig at an archeology site or study cultures in an exotic place, this program could put you on the path toward a career in anthropology. A degree in this field is also excellent preparation for opportunities in law, business, public service, medicine, environmental sustainability and resources management.
You and your advisor will use this program map as a starting point in creating your own personal education plan, customized to your needs. We meet you where you are and help you reach your goals.
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Total Credits: 90
Suzie Heimbigner, Guided Pathways Curriculum Advisor Humanities Pathway
Suzie joined the staff at SFCC in July 2021. She brings over a decade of experience supporting student success, beginning her career with Spokane Virtual Learning (SVL), the online learning program of Spokane Public Schools. While with SVL, Suzie led a team of student support staff and was integral in the development of a multi-tiered intervention structure focused on student achievement. Suzie holds a B.S. in Secondary Education from the University of Idaho.
Suzie is happy to serve as the Curriculum Advisor and point of contact for students in the Humanities Pathway.
Tiffany Fulkerson is an anthropological archaeologist whose work integrates community-based research, ancestral food sciences, and equity and diversity studies to find real-world and culturally relevant solutions to issues facing resilient and systemically excluded communities. Her specialties and interests include food sovereignty and community health, plant processing and storage in the archaeological record, plant microfossil analysis, cultural resource management (CRM), diversity and equity issues in anthropology, multivocality and the accessibility of knowledge in the sciences, and the roles of women and families in the human past.
She has experience teaching courses in anthropology across the four fields of the discipline and emphasizes hands-on and engaged learning, reducing barriers to education, and student success, both in and outside of the classroom.
Tiffany received her PhD in Anthropology from Washington State University in 2020 and her MA in Interdisciplinary Studies (Anthropology and History) from Eastern Washington University in 2012. She is also a proud graduate of Spokane Falls Community College.
lodie Goodman has been teaching French at SFCC since 2000. She is the current chair of the communication arts and modern languages department. Previously, she taught second language acquisition pedagogy, French and film studies at other universities. Elodie was born in Vietnam, raised in France, and educated in the United States. She holds a BA in French literature from the University of Washington and an MA in romance languages and literature. She is actively involved in campus-wide advising, study abroad programs, diversity/equity, the SFCC Spring International Film Festival (which she co-developed in 2006), and the Grard H. Phan Scholarship for second-year SFCC French language students, which she created in 2005 in honor of her father.
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