ANTHR 1300 Human Evolution: Genes, Behavior, and the Fossil Record
The evolution of humankind is explored through the fossil record, studies of the biological differences among current human populations, and a comparison with our closest relatives, the primates. This course investigates the roots of human biology and behavior with an evolutionary framework.
This course is frequently offered in the Summer Session.
ANTHR 1300 001-LEC Online course
|Class dates:||January 3-21, 2017|
|Instructor:||Small, M. (ms32)|
|Documents:||ANTHR 1300 001-LEC syllabus (PDF format)|
|To enroll:||See the Enrollment and registration for more information about enrolling in Winter Session classes.|
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Tuition and fees
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