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2017-2018 Catalog

ANTH 3110 - Forensic Anthropology

Credits: 4
Forensic anthropology is the science that applies reliable and tested methodologies to establish the identity of deceased persons.  Where the role of the pathologist is primarily to determine how somebody died, the forensic anthropologist seeks to determine who the deceased was.  Forensic anthropologists apply bio-anthropological methods to cases of forensic or legal importance and may be called as expert witnesses in court. Prereq: ENGL 1105 lecture hours 3 lab hours 1 Course/Lab Fee $