ANTH 236 - Introduction to Biological Anthropology
This course provides a study of humans from a biocultural perspective, within an evolutionary framework. Topics to be explored in the classroom and laboratory include the genetic basis for human evolution, techniques for studying skeletal anatomy, nonhuman primate and human adaptations, as well as the hominin fossil record and modern human variation.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-2)
This course was approved for gtPathways as of publication date. Changes can be made to approved gtPathways courses at any time; they are not catalog specific. The most accurate listing of courses approved for gtPathways can be found by searching by attribute on the schedule on WebOPUS.
This course is recommended for students with sophomore standing and above.