Ecampus Schedule of Classes - Summer 2024

College of Liberal Arts

ANTH 101 – Introduction to Anthropology (3)

Located at the intersection of the humanities and the sciences, anthropology strives for a holistic understanding of the human condition. This course introduces students to the basic concepts, theories and methods of anthropology, including its four main sub-fields: archaeology, biological anthropology, cultural anthropology, and linguistic anthropology. The course is driven by fundamental questions, including: What is culture? How do anthropologists study human populations, both past and present? How can this field help us better understand contemporary human problems? This course may be subject to Enforced Prerequisites that restrict registration into the course. Check the offerings below for more information.

Course Attributes
Core, Pers, Soc Proc & Inst
Liberal Arts Social Core

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TermCRNSecCrP/NInstructorTypeStatusCapAvailWL CapWL Avail
Su24724054003Zhang, S.Online Open704200
Class Notes: Jun 24-Sep 6 Session 1

Textbooks  [ Textbooks]

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