ANT 205: Introduction to Archaeology
This course provides a survey of anthropological archaeology. Topics covered include the following: basic goals of archaeology, archaeological methods and techniques used to research the material record of human behavior, and core anthropological theories used to explain human evolution and socio-cultural change. Archaeological site reports will be used throughout the course to illustrate research practices.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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