ANT 245: Biological Anthropology

In this course, concepts, theory, and methods of biological anthropology are surveyed in lecture and laboratory. Emphasis is placed on the role of evolution in explaining past and present variation among non-human primates, human ancestors, and modern humans. In lab sections of the course, students will focus on data collection and analysis related to heredity, population genetics, skeletal and dental variation, evolutionary change, and modern physical variation.

Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; Academic Math Level 3 or MTH 097 minimum grade "C"; may enroll concurrently

Class offerings by semester

  Winter Summer Fall

Even Years
(2022, 2024, 2026)

offered in the daytime   offered in the daytime

Odd Years
(2023, 2025, 2027)

offered in the daytime   offered in the daytime

offered in the daytimeDay Class (before 5 p.m.) offered at nighttimeEvening Class (after 5 p.m.) offered online Online Class
Revised: 3/29/23

Please refer to the course schedule to see the specific time and platform for which the course is offered.

Swipe left to see full chart

Check the schedule

Description Hours
Credits 4
Lecture Hours 45
Clinical Hours 0
Lab Hours 45
Other Hours 0
Total Hours 90

Swipe left to see full chart