Physical anthropology explores the origins and development of human beings and our closest non-human relatives in the primate order. This course examines the mechanics of genetics and the processes of evolution. Students also investigate the fossil record and archaeological evidence in order to understand the sequence of early human ancestors. In addition, this course studies non-human primates, both living and extinct. The course also explores the adaptability and variation seen in modern human populations.

IAI: S1 902.

Fall 2018
Credit
3.0
Sessions
Ticket # CRN Days Times Location Instructor Status
191ANT102.920
TBA
Course Location

Online

Online instruction is delivered 100 percent via the Internet through use of the college's learning management system. Any proctored testing requirements are indicated.

Kennedy

Open

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