AN 320 - Skeletal Forensics

AN 320 - Skeletal Forensics

3.00 Cr
Forensic Anthropology (skeletal forensics) is the use of Biological and Physical Anthropology techniques, methods and theory related to human identification and death investigations. This course will introduce basic knowledge of the human skeleton and basic terms and principles of forensic anthropology including recovery of skeletal remains and reconstructing biological profiles (age, sex, stature, ancestry). The course will also discuss the responsibilities and ethical considerations of working with human skeletal materials.
Term: 
2020SP
Method: 
LEC