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ANTHRO 2050 - Introduction to Biological Anthropology with Laboratory
Anthropology - College of Arts and Science
Credit Hours: 5
Math Reasoning Proficiency Course
This course is a survey of biological anthropology. Primary emphasis on the biological evidence for human evolution. Major topics include human paleontology, primate behavior and human variation. Three hours lecture and two hours lab. Prerequisite: MATH 1100/1120; sophomore standing recommended. No credit for both ANTHR0 2050 and 2051. Satisfies A&S foundation requirement in Biological Sciences. Math Reasoning Proficiency Course.
Course approved on April 13, 2005.