Once you've been awarded your Associate of Arts in Anthropology at CNM, you can use the program outlined below to earn your Bachelor of Science in Anthropology at ENMU. Please keep in mind every ENMU bachelor's degree requires a minimum of 120 hours, with at least 40 of those being upper-division (3XX or 4XX) courses.

This degree is not available online.

AA in Anthropology (2015-16) to a BS in Anthropology (2015-17) (Archaeology Emphasis)


CNM Community College

Course Credits

AS in Anthropology

For a smooth transition to ENMU, please ensure the courses you've taken for your AA in Anthropology at CNM include the following; these classes are required as part of the ENMU curriculum in order to follow the degree program outlined on this page.

  • MATH 1130 Intro to Probability and Statistics
  • EPS 1101/1192 Introduction to Geology/Lab
  • ANTH 1120 Archaeology: Discovering Our Past
  • ANTH 1130 Cultures of the World
  • ANTH 1150 Evolutionary Anthropology
60

ENMU Required Courses

Course Credits
Upper-division Global Diversity Course 3
ANTH 245L Introduction to Archaeology Lab 3
ANTH 247L Biological Anthropology Lab 3
ANTH 365 North American Prehistory 3
ANTH 494 Analytic Techniques in Archaeology 3
ANTH 495 Fundamentals of Archaeological Theory 3
GEOL 304/L Geomorphology/Laboratory 3
GEOL 311/L Stratigraphy and Sedimentation/Laboratory 3
ENG 305 Report Writing 3
ANTH Upper-Division Electives (3xx-4xx) 12
Elective Courses
(you'll take electives as needed to meet any remaining credit hour requirements)
Varies

Bachelor's Degree Total Credit Hours: 120


For More Information

ENMU Department of Anthropology and Applied Archaeology
Location: Art and Anthropology, AA 113
Phone: 575.562.2206
Toll-Free: 800.FOR.ENMU (800.367.3668)

Central New Mexico University
Mr. Roberto Vazquez, Transfer Articulation Analyst
Director of Counseling and Advising
Location: Office of Academic Affairs
Phone: 505.224.4241