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SPECIAL TOPICS IN ANTHROPOLOGY

General Elective

Course Description
This course provides the flexibility to offer special topics of interest and significance in anthropology at the introductory level and at the same time develop college level learning skills. The six-week course may study a particular anthropological problem or focus upon a particular cultural or geographic area. Designation of specific topic and/or approach will be made at the time of the course offering. Offerings are more specific and focused than in introductory courses; examples might include the anthropology of food or digital anthropology.

Course Details

Contact Hours

Credits: 3.0

Lecture: 30
Lab:
Clinical:
Other:
Total: 30

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