ANTHRO 116 Biological Anthropology Laboratory
Laboratory experiences designed to introduce the methods and techniques used in biological anthropological research. Application of scientific method to explore topics including genetics, comparative primatology, human and non-human primate evolution, human variation, and forensic anthropology. Laboratory studies are coordinated with the lecture topics.
UC, CSU, Associate Degree Applicable
Corequisites: Previous or Concurrent enrollment in ANTHRO 106 or ANTHRO 106H
Laboratory: Minimum 48 hours per semester