Summer @ UNI

ANTH 1001 - 60 Bones & Stones: The Science of Human Origins

This course will focus on the study of human origins employing scientific methods and theories derived from biological anthropology and archaeology. Students will get hands-on experience with various lines or scientific evidence to help develop a deeper understanding of their place in the world by understanding how we got here, tracing that route from our primate past, to becoming bipedal, tool-making, fire users who eventually spread across the globe and created increasingly complex societies.
06/13/2022 to 07/08/2022
Days TBA Online Donald H Gaff
Room: 
Online
Instructor: 
Donald H Gaff
Days TBA
Status: 
Capacity: 
35
Enrollment Total: 
14
Subject: 
Session: 
Course Type Description: 
Lecture/Discussion
Career: 
Undergraduate
Min Units: 
3
Max Units: 
3
Class Number: 
10878
Location: 
This section is for the Managing Business and Organizations and Criminal Justice BAS cohorts.

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