ANTH 157 - Forensic Anthropology
An overview of forensic anthropological methods and applications emphasizing the recovery and interpretation of human remains within the context of multidisciplinary scientific death investigation. Topics include the history of the discipline and a concentrated hands-on overview of basic human osteological identification.
Prerequisite(s): ANTH 12 , BIOL 10 , BIOL 21 , or BIOL 65 .
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