ANTH105-02B Introduction to Biological Anthropology (with Amy C Todd)

ANTH105-02B Introduction to Biological Anthropology (with Amy C Todd)

The study of human biological evolution and human population variation. This course introduces the history, theory, and methods of research in biological anthropology through lectures and hands-on exercises. Major topics include: geological time, classification, and the place of humans in the animal world; evidence for primate and human evolution; evolutionary theory and genetics; and discussion of the evolutionary forces involved in producing human population variation. This course addresses, in assignments and during class time, the following general education capabilities: critical thinking; using technology to further learning; quantitative reasoning; collaborative work; and effective communication. Students who have taken ANTH 102 may not receive credit for ANTH 105.

Credit(s):

3

Location:

Online

Day(s) and Time(s):

Jul 15-Aug 22

Distribution:

NS

Availability:

Course is full.
Class Number:3814_Smr2019
Your Price: $1,050.00

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Important Dates:
Registration begins: April 1, 2019
Online registration ends: 8:30am on the day of the first class meeting
Add/swap deadline: June 4 (Session 1); July 8 & 22 (Session 2)