AN 3600 - Bones, Bodies, and Disease
Prerequisite(s): AN 2300
An introduction to Forensic Anthropology, which is the scientific study of the human skeleton and its application to the law. This includes the study of age, gender, stature, abnormalities, disease, pathologies, and trauma, along with all of the other evidence that can be learned from the study of human remains. Intensive handling and analysis of human bones. Springs. Prerequisite(s): AN 2300.
*All course information is from the 2012-2013 Catalog.