Classes Taught

Fall 2019

ASM275 Forensic Anthropology 4 Credits
Survey of the role of forensic anthropologists, from the crime scene to the courtroom. Course focuses on how skeletal analysis can aid in medicolegal investigations, especially by identifying aspects of the life history of unknown individuals and by reconstructing events that took place at crime scenes. Covers both the legal aspects of forensic practice and the underlying biological basis for evidence obtained from skeletal remains. Examines applications of forensic anthropology in mass disasters, human rights investigations, and the deciphering of historic cases. Lab activities designed to illustrate techniques and principles central to the discipline. Prerequisites: None.
General Education Designations: Social & Behavioral Sciences [SB], Natural Sciences General [SG] 
Section Location Delivery Dates Days Times Availability
27247
Dobson Campus
Lecture/Lab
08/19/2019 - 12/13/2019
We
5:45 PM - 8:00 PM

Open

Seats Available

Fall Flex Start 2019

ASM104 Bones, Stones, and Human Evolution 4 Credits
Study of human evolution and variation; including fossil hominids and their tools, primate anatomy and behavior, human genetics, and the environment and human biology. Prerequisites: None.
General Education Designations: Social & Behavioral Sciences [SB], Natural Sciences General [SG] 
Section Location Delivery Dates Days Times Availability
24535
Dobson Campus
Lecture/Lab
09/03/2019 - 12/13/2019
TuTh
6:30 PM - 8:50 PM

Open

20 of 30
Seats Available

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