ANT 110 - Forensic Anthropology
3 Lecture Hours
This course offers an overview of the scope of modern forensic anthropology. Major areas covered include personal identification and legal consideration, search and recovery, interpretation of trauma and taphonomy, analytical techniques and applications of forensic anthropology. Case presentations will be utilized to demonstrate professional and ethical responsibilities, scientific rigor and the multidisciplinary approach of forensics. Please note this course does not satisfy the requirements for the CJC program.
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