Anthropology | Laboratory in Bioanthropology
B301 | 5213 | Ai

This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of
the basic research techniques used by biological anthropologists
through hands-on experience and an introduction to the literature of
the field. The course is divided into two main sections.  The first
focuses on human skeletal anatomy, and the second covers methodologies
used in forensic anthropology, paleontology, primatology, human growth
and development, and population genetics.   This course counts for the
NMNS distribution requirement.