ANT 216 - Special Topics in Anthropology - WR
This course is designed to address specific topics of interest in Anthropology. Offerings are more specific and focused than the introductory surveys. Examples may include Human Variation, Primatology, Anthropology of Art, and Ancient Texts. Topics may change from semester to semester based on faculty and student interest. Three class hours.
Course Learning Outcomes
1. Describe patterns of human adaptation within cultural or biological contexts.
2. Analyze different theories and perspectives in anthropology regarding cultural or biological phenomena.
3. Explain the inter-relationship of human biology and culture.
4. Compare and contrast cultural or biological variation between different groups through time or space.
5. Explain the value of anthropological theories or concepts in a global world.
6. Synthesize theoretical, empirical, or analytical information of cultural or biological phenomena.
Course Offered Fall and Spring