ANTH3525Bones: The Human Skeleton (A)3 ch (1C 2L)

Human skeletal anatomy and biology are fundamental to the study of forensics and biological anthropology. This course emphasizes a hands-on learning process for the identification of individual bones, and their morphological features, siding, and anatomical orientation. Relevant techniques for the reconstruction of past populations and the assessment of human biological variation are introduced (age at death, sex, growth and development).

Prerequisite: ANTH 2505 or permission of the instructor.

ANTH 3525 cannot be taken for credit as well as ANTH 3520.