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Bones, Stones, and Human Evolution (ASM104) 4 Credits

Study of human evolution and variation; including fossil hominids and their tools, primate anatomy and behavior, human genetics, and the environment and human biology. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: SB, SG

Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
15218 Spring 2015 Glendale
HU 101
In Person 01/21/2015- 05/15/2015 M,W 8:30AM- 10:50AM
  • L. Spencer
Closed
No Seats Available
Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
15305 Spring 2015 Glendale
SURP COM U ROOM 1010
In Person 01/21/2015- 05/15/2015 M,W 12:10PM- 2:30PM
  • L. Spencer
Open
10 of 25 Seats Available
  • Notes
    • Class Notes: Class 15305 is held at the Surprise Communiversity, 15950 North Civic Center Plaza, Surprise.
      Class 15305 costs include Special Class Fee: $2
Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
15341 Spring 2015 Glendale
HU 101
In Person 01/19/2015- 05/15/2015 M,W 4:00PM- 6:20PM
  • A. Mallard
Open
3 of 25 Seats Available
Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
15220 Spring 2015 Glendale
HU 101
In Person 01/21/2015- 05/15/2015 M,W 7:10PM- 9:30PM
  • A. Mallard
Open
10 of 25 Seats Available
Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
15219 Spring 2015 Glendale
HU 101
In Person 01/20/2015- 05/15/2015 Tu,Th 12:00PM- 2:20PM
  • L. Spencer
Closed
No Seats Available
Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
36666 Spring 2015 Glendale
HU 101
In Person 01/20/2015- 05/15/2015 Tu,Th 5:45PM- 8:05PM
  • C. Toupin
Open
14 of 25 Seats Available

Introduction to Forensic Anthropology (ASM275) 3 Credits

Introduction to forensic anthropology. Survey of the role of forensic anthropologist, from the crime scene to the courtroom. Understand how a forensic anthropologist can determine life history of an individual. Contributions of forensic anthropology to crime scene and other legal investigations. How forensic anthropology is used to decipher historic cases, and how it is depicted in popular culture. Case studies involving criminal investigations, mass disaster incidents, and global human rights issues. Prerequisites: None.

General Education Designations: SB

Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
15345 Spring 2015 Glendale
HU 101
In Person 01/20/2015- 05/15/2015 Tu,Th 10:00AM- 11:15AM
  • L. Spencer
Open
18 of 30 Seats Available

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