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ANTH  2301  Physical Anthropology

The study of human origins and bio-cultural adaptations. Topics may include primatology, genetics, human variation, forensics, health, and ethics in the discipline.  Prerequisite: Meet TSI college-readiness standard for Reading and Writing; or equivalent.  3 credit hours. (A) .

 

ANTH  2302  Introduction to Archeology

The study of the human past through material remains. The course includes a discussion of methods and theories relevant to archeological inquiry. Topics may include the adaption of agriculture, response to environmental charge, the emergence of complex societies, and ethics in the discipline.   Prerequisite: Meet TSI college-readiness standard for Reading and Writing; or equivalent.  3 credit hours. (A)

 

ANTH  2346  General Anthropology

The study of human beings, their antecedents, related primates, and their cultural behavior and institutions. Introduces the major subfields: physical and cultural anthropology, archeology, linguistics, their applications, and ethics in the discipline. Prerequisite:  Meet TSI college-readiness standard for Reading and Writing; or equivalent. 3 credit hours. (A)

 

ANTH  2351  Cultural Anthropology

The study of human cultures. Topics may include social organization, institutions, diversity, interactions between human groups, and ethics in the discipline. Prerequisite: Meet TSI college-readiness standard for Reading and Writing; or equivalent.  3 credit hours. (A)

 

ANTH  2389  Academic Co-op Anthropology

Integrates on-campus study with practical hands-on work experience in anthropology.  In conjunction with class seminars, the student will set specific goals and objectives in the study of anthropology.  Contact the Cooperative Work Experience Office.  Prerequisites: Consent of Associate Dean and meet TSI college-readiness standard for Reading and Writing; or equivalent.     3 credit hours.  (A)

 

ANTH  2401  Physical Anthropology

Lecture: The study of human origins and bio-cultural adaptations. Topics may include primatology, genetics, human variation, forensics, health, and ethics in the discipline.  Lab: Includes demonstrations of the major principles of the lecture section.  Additionally, an overview of human origins and cultural adaptations combining study of our nearest relatives, the chimpanzees, with the analysis of reproductions of fossil bones. Unit concerning forensic anthropology explains how crimes can be solved from analysis of skeletal material; students work with replicas of human bone. Opportunity to participate in field trip to zoo. Lab required.  Prerequisite:  Meet TSI college-readiness standard for Reading and Writing; or equivalent. 4 credit hours. (A)

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