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Forensic Anthropology (formerly ANTHR 215 - CCN)

General ElectiveNatural Science w/ labGeneral Transferable Electives

Course Description
A course designed to familiarize students with the forensic analysis of human remains. Theoretical and hands-on analyses of human remains within a medicolegal context.

Course Details

Contact Hours

Credits: 5.0

Lecture: 40
Lab: 20
Total: 60

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Class & Syllabi Listing

 Item #  Year Quarter  Instructor Syllabus Additional Files
4016 Spring 2020 Staff
4019 Winter 2020 Roland, Donna
4016 Spring 2019 Hernandez, Yarinid
4019 Winter 2019 Hernandez, Yarinid
4016 Spring 2018 Roland, Donna
4019 Winter 2018 Roland, Donna
4016 Spring 2017 Roland, Donna
4019 Winter 2017 Roland, Donna View Syllabus
4017 Spring 2016 Ricca, Donna View Syllabus
4019 Winter 2016 Ricca, Donna View Syllabus
4016 Winter 2015 Ricca, Donna View Syllabus
4025 Winter 2014 Ricca, Donna View Syllabus
4025 Winter 2013 Ricca, Donna View Syllabus
4006 Winter 2012 Ricca, Donna
4006 Spring 2011 Furgeson, Thomas
4022 Winter 2010 Ricca, Donna
4046 Spring 2009 Ricca, Donna
4050 Winter 2009
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