ANTHRO-101L - Introduction to Physical Anthropology Lab - Nora Vlaszof
|Course:||Introduction to Physical Anthropology Lab|
A laboratory course in physical anthropology designed primarily for non-science majors. This course focuses on the evolution of the human species and non-human primates primarily from the biological perspective. Topics include human heredity and population genetics, primate behavior and conservation, the human fossil record, and modern human variation.
This course focuses on the evolution of the human species and non-human primates primarily from the biological perspective. Topics include human heredity and population genetics, primate behavior and conservation, the human fossil record, and modern human variation.
What to Expect in this Course
There will be weekly assignments posted in the Canvas shell. You should complete all work to receive full credit by the deadlines. There will be no make-ups for the lab assignments or quizzes.
Midterm and Final Exams
- There will be a Midterm and a Final Exam (each worth 100 points).
- No make-up exams will be permitted unless there is an extreme, documented emergency (i.e. severe illness, car accident, legal issue, etc.).
Types of Assessments
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
Lab Manual (eBook or Loose-Leaf Version Acceptable) Laboratory Manual and Workbook for Biological Anthropology (2nd Edition) Author: K. Elizabeth Soluri and Sabrina C. Agarwal ISBN-13: 9780393697490
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Last updated: 10/26/2021 Sub#: 1108