ANTH 549. Human Paleontology: Fossil Apes to Australopithecus. 3 Hours N.

This course is an intensive survey of the fossil evidence for hominoid evolution up to the emergence of the first hominids--Australopithecus. Topics include the origin and evolution of the great apes, gibbons, and extinct forms such as Ramapithecus and Gigantopithecus, as well as the appearance of Australopithecines. Functional morphology is stressed. This course may be taken either before or after ANTH 550. Prerequisite: An introductory course in physical anthropology, biology, or permission of instructor. LEC.

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in Anthropology

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...Native Americans 3 ANTH 545 Contemporary Health Issues in Africa 3 ANTH 549 Human Paleontology...

Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology

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...ANTH 503 Topics in Biological Anthropology: _____ ANTH 555 Evolution of Human Diseases ANTH 549...

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in American Studies

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...ANTH 361 The Third World: Anthropological Approaches ANTH...Theory HIST 649/WGSS 549 History of Feminist...

Minor in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

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...of Physical Appearance WGSS/ANTH 389 The Anthropology...in New Media WGSS 549/HIST 649 History...