ANT 104 - Introduction To Biological Anthropology

Description
This course will examine the biological history of the human species culminating with an exploration of human biological variation in the modern world. Principles of evolutionary theory and genetics will first be presented to provide a framework for the study of human evolutionary biology. The fossil evidence for human evolution will then be considered using comparative data from nonhuman primate ecology to help reconstruct prehistoric lives. Finally, features of biological modernity will be discussed. Particular attention will be given to how human populations utilized biological and behavioral mechanisms to adapt to their environments throughout evolutionary history. The course includes labs. Requirement Designation: Scientific Inquiry: Lab.
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Liberal Studies Program
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2018, Fall 2017
Offered
MW, M, W, TuTh, Tu, Th
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5