ANTHR 300

Biological Anthropology

Anthropology College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences

Course Description

Relationships between human biology, environment, social structure, and culture. Concepts and data on race, primates, evolution, population genetics, growth, and sociobiology.

When Taught

Fall

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3

Fixed

3

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3

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Course Objectives

Learning Outcome

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to analyze humans as bio-cultural beings; living in both acultural and natural setting. Students will also gain a basic understanding of evolutionary concepts in general, and human evolution specifically.

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Data collection and analysis

Learning Outcome

Collect data on race, primates, evolution, population genetics, growth, and sociobiology.

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Biological and Envronment Relationship

Learning Outcome

Develop an understanding of the relationships between human biology, environment, social structure.