Description: Biological anthropology is a subdiscipline of anthropology dedicated to the study of the biological aspect of the human species and our primate relatives within an evolutionary framework. This course explores human biology and variation, skeletal biology and disease, primate behavior and anatomy, and human evolution through an anthropological lens.
Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: ANT 102 or concurrent registration
This course has no upcoming offerings. Please contact the department if you have questions about when this will be offered.