ANTH 406. Archaeological Research Methods. 3 Hours S.

A survey of basic field methods and laboratory procedures associated with specimen acquisition, preparation, analysis, classification, and measurement of archaeological materials. In this course students will apply archaeological methods to the study of stone tools, ceramics, and animal bone, learn which field and lab methods to use in a range of research scenarios, interpret human behavior on the basis of artifacts and features recovered from archaeological sites, use introductory flintknapping techniques to produce a stone tool, study the major dating and chronological methods used in archaeology, and complete labs and projects that require analysis and interpretation of archaeological materials. Prerequisite: ANTH 110/ANTH 111 or ANTH 150/ANTH 151 or ANTH 310 or permission of instructor. LAB.

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in Anthropology

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...Honors ANTH 310 Fundamentals of Archaeology 3 ANTH 401 Integrating Anthropology 3 ANTH 406 Archaeological...

Minor in Leadership Studies

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...Ethnic and Racial Relations ANTH 376 North American...Women and Politics PSYC 406 Individual Differences PSYC...