ANT 326 - Human Osteology Credit Hours: 0 Or 3
Prerequisite: ANT 210 . Corequisite: ANTL 326 . The human skeleton focusing on bone biology and skeletal anatomy. Topics include: techniques to examine and measure bones, methods for the estimation of age, sex, ancestry and stature, analyses of pathology (disease and trauma). Topics presented within the context of specialized areas of physical anthropology, such as skeletal biology, paleodemography, and forensic anthropology. Satisfies University Studies VI: Common Requirements/Critical Reasoning.The lab for this course is ANTL 326 .
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