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ANTH 101 - Cultural and Social Anthropology I
ANTH 101

An introduction to the theories, methods and techniques of archaeology, human and primate evolution and taxonomy, human genetics, biological and physical anthropology and primate behavior. The idea of 'culture' will be discussed, as well as the emergence and evolution of civilization. (3:0:0:W)

Credits: 3

Hours:
  • Total Hours: 45
  • Lecture Hours: 3
Total Weeks: 15

This course is offered online: No

Prerequisites: None

Learning Outcomes:

 
  • Depict the basic concepts and theoretical orientations of different sub-fields of anthropology including Archaeology and Biological anthropology;
  • Demonstrate the relationship between different sub-fields of anthropology;
  • Explain motives for applying and practicing anthropology; and
  • Discuss the concept of human evolution and the impacts of genetics and ecological changes on human variation.
Grading System: Letters

Passing Grade: D/50%

Nature of Participation: minute papers and activities

Percentage of Individual Work: 100

Course Offered in Other Programs: Yes

Other Programs:
  • Associate of Arts Degree, Associate of Arts - Criminology Specialization, Social Services Worker Diploma
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