ANT 265: Introduction to Forensic Anthropology
In this course, students will explore the role of the Forensic Anthropologist, the methods used to interpret dental and skeletal data, and the legal implications of applying scientific scrutiny to death investigation. The application of scientific methods in the investigation of homicides, mass disasters, and human rights cases means that the Forensic Anthropologist plays a crucial role in the analysis of evidence and the communication of these results to members of law enforcement.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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