This course is designed to provide students with an in-depth knowledge of the human skeleton and dentition. This course will examine bones and teeth as dynamic elements that grow, develop, and degenerate throughout the lifespan. Topics covered include bone and tooth biology, microstructure, and gross anatomy including important features and landmarks of each element. Some time will also be devoted to practical issues of applying osteology to estimate age at death, sex, stature, and osteobiography. Prerequisite: ANT 2230 with a grade of â€œCâ€ or higher.