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Course ID:ANTH 2045. 3 hours.
Course Title:Introduction to Biological Anthropology
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The theory of evolution by natural selection through the natural history of humankind and of our closest relatives, the primates. Concepts of macro and microevolution, adaptation, cell and genetics, paleontology, human and primate origins, brain and language evolution, bioarchaeology, and biomedical anthropology.
Athena Title:Intro Biological Anthropology
Nontraditional Format:he theory of evolution by natural selection through the natural history of humankind and of our closest relatives, the primates. Concepts of macro and microevolution, adaptation, cell and genetics, paleontology, human and primate origins, brain and language evolution, bioarcheology and biomedical anthropology.
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Grading System:A-F (Traditional)
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