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14 Foundations of Flamenco. 1 cr. U. Survey of the social groups and forces that have led to the formation of the Andalusian Spanish form of musical expression, Flamenco.|Prereq: none.
101 Introduction to Anthropology: Human Origins. 3 cr. U. Principles of evolution, Mendelian genetics, human adaptability, and concept of race; natural history of primates; human evolution; archaeological evidence for the evolution of culture.|Prereq: none.
102 Introduction to Anthropology: Culture and Society. 3 cr. U. Science of human behavior in different cultural contexts; human biological and cultural variability; human societies of the present and recent past; dynamics of culture change.|Prereq: none.
103 Digging Up the Past: Approaches to Archaeology. 3 cr. U. Why and how extinct cultures are studied. Current archaeological approaches, reconstructing past environments, ethnographic analogy, experimental archaeology.|Prereq: none.
104 Lifeways in Different Cultures: A Survey of World Societies. 3 cr. U. Variety and diversity of human cultural adaptations. Specific peoples and cultures are discussed with respect to their similarities and uniquenesses.|Prereq: none.
105 (360) Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology. 3 cr. U. Methods, techniques, and models of analysis of linguistic anthropology and their applications to the other subfields of anthropology.|Prereq: none.
150 Multicultural America. 3 cr. U. Comparative study of U.S. ethnic and racial identities through popular culture with attention to African-, Asian-, Hispanic-, and Native-American experiences.|Cultures and Communities Prog course; req'd service learning component. Prereq: none.
156 Food and Culture. 3 cr. U. Social and cultural implications of food; nutritional and dietetic concerns of secondary interest. 2 hrs lec, 1 hr dis|Prereq: none.
193 First-Year Seminar: (Subtitled). 3 cr. U. The specific topics are announced in the Schedule of Classes each time the class is offered.|Open only to freshmen. Students may earn cr in just one L&S First-Year Sem (course numbers 192, 193, 194). Prereq: none.
199 Independent Study. 1-3 cr. U. For further information, consult dept chair.|Retakable to 6 cr max. Prereq: 2.5 gpa; writ cons instr, dept chair, & assoc dean for SAS.
203 Religions of Hunting-Gathering and Horticultural Societies. 3 cr. U. A survey of the religious beliefs and practices of hunting-gathering and horticultural societies and their relationships to other aspects of culture.|Prereq: none.
213 American Indian Peoples of Wisconsin. 3 cr. U. Past and contemporary societies and cultures of American Indians of Wisconsin, including the Chippewa (Ojibwa), Menominee, Winnebago, Oneida, Potawatomi, Stockbridge-Munsee.|Prereq: none.
225 The Aztec Empire. 3 cr. U. Formation and expansion of the Aztec empire; description and analysis of Aztec culture, with an emphasis on archaeological and ethnohistoric perspectives.|AIS 225 & Anthro 225 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: none.
229 Madness and Culture. 3 cr. U. Madness of some kind as a recognized universal in human experience; variation in how madness is expressed, classified, and treated over time and across cultures.|Prereq: none.
250 Women's Roles in Cross-Cultural Perspective. 3 cr. U. Investigation of cross-cultural similarities and differences in women's roles; insights into the nature of women's roles in North American society.|Prereq: none.
281 Dead Men Do Tell Tales: An Introduction to Forensic Science. 3 cr. U. A multidisciplinary view of how forensic scientists contribute to the many ways that physical evidence is collected, analyzed, and evaluated.|Jointly offered with & counts as repeat of Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/Crm Jst 281. Prereq: none.
285 Medicolegal Death Investigation. 3 cr. U. Lectures on the fundamentals of death investigation as outlined by national guidelines for death investigators.|Jointly-offered with & counts as repeat of Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/Crm Jst 285. Prereq: none.
289 Internship in Anthropology, Lower Division. 1-6 cr. U. Application of basic principles of anthropology in a business, organizational, educational, political, or other appropriate settings.|One cr earned for academic work based on 40 hours in internship. Retakable to 6 cr max. Prereq: Anthro 101(P), 102(P), 103(P) or 360(P); 2.25 gpa; cons supervising faculty member.
296 UROP Apprenticeship. 1-3 cr. U. Undergraduate research participation in a project developed with a supervising member of the faculty or staff.|One credit for 45 hrs research. Retakable to 9 cr max in any combination of UROP apprenticeship courses. Not open to jrs & srs. Prereq: acceptance to UROP; prior or conc reg in UROP seminar.
297 Study Abroad: (Subtitled). 1-12 cr. U. Designed to enroll students in UWM sponsored program before course work level, content, and credits are determined and/or in specially prepared program course work.|Retakable w/chg in topic. Prereq: acceptance for Study Abroad Prog.
298 Study Abroad: Brazil. 3 cr. U. Three weeks in Brazil participating in seminars, visiting urban businesses, religious centers, squatter settlements, etc., and traveling to rural cattle ranches, sugar cane plantations etc.|Prereq: none.
299 Ad Hoc: (Subtitled). 1-6 cr. U. Course created expressly for offering in a specified enrollment period. Requires only dept & assoc dean approval. In exceptional circumstances, can be offered in one add'l sem.|Retakable w/chg in topic. Prereq: none; add'l prereqs may be assigned to specific topic.
301 Human Evolution and Variation. 4 cr. U. Theory, mechanisms, and processes of biological evolution applied to problems of the primate and human fossil record and contemporary human populations. 2 hrs lec, 2 hrs lab.|Prereq: soph st; Anthro 101(P), Bio Sci 100(P), 102(P), or 150(P), or cons instr.
302 Anthropology and Popular Culture. 3 cr. U/G. Aspects of popular culture including music, information technology, tourism, and film, video, and museum-spectacles in light of anthropological theory.|Prereq: jr st; grade of C or better in English 102(P) or score of 637 or higher on EPT.
304 Violence and Warfare in Prehistory. 3 cr. U/G. Archaeological evidence for the origin and maintenance of violence and warfare in prehistory. How archaeological inquiry is affected by current politics, ethics, and morality.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
305 The Celtic World. 3 cr. U/G. Archaeology, folklore and literature of the Celtic peoples in the British Isles and on the continent, explored and analyzed from an anthropological and historical perspective.|Prereq: jr st.
306 European Archaeology. 3 cr. U/G. Old World cultural development focusing on prehistoric Europe from the Paleolithic to the Roman period; European developments compared to other parts of the Old World.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
307 World Archaeology: Foundations of Civilization. 3 cr. U/G. Cultural developments in selected areas of Old and New Worlds; emphasis on origins of plant and animal domestication, sedentary life, and transition to urban civilization.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
308 Archaeology of North America. 3 cr. U/G. Main pre-Columbian cultures on the North American continent, north of Mexico.|AIS 308 & Anthro 308 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103 (P) or cons instr.
309 Archaeology of Central and South America. 3 cr. U/G. Main pre-Columbian cultures and civilizations of Central and South America, including the Caribbean.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
310 Archaeology of Middle America. 3 cr. U/G. Historical development and ecological settings of cultures and civilizations in Mexico and Central America from earliest times to the Spanish conquest.|AIS 310 & Anthro 310 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
311 The World of the Ancient Maya. 3 cr. U/G. Historical development of ancient Maya civilization from its origins to the Spanish Conquest.|AIS 311 & Anthro 311 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
314 American Indian Societies and Cultures. 3 cr. U/G. Description and analysis of selected indigenous American cultures including subsistence, sociopolitical organizations, beliefs and Euro-American Indian policy.|AIS 314 & Anthro 314 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
315 Peoples and Cultures of Mexico and Central America. 3 cr. U/G. Cultures of Mexico and Central America.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
320 Peoples and Cultures of Africa. 3 cr. U/G. Description and analysis of the cultures of Africa, especially south of the Sahara.|Pereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R); grade of C or better in English 102(P) or score 637 or higher on EPT.
322 Europe in Anthropological Perspective. 3 cr. U/G. Key topics in the anthropology of Europe, including nationalism and ritual, gender and politics, borders and immigration, and bureaucracy and citizenship.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
325 Japanese Culture and Society. 3 cr. U/G. Japanese culture and society, including marriage and the family, work life, education, rural and urban social organization, gender, ritual and life cycle.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
326 Peoples and Cultures of South Asia. 3 cr. U/G. The subcontinent south of the Himalayas, including India, Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
328 Comparative Studies of Music, Race, and Gender in Nationalism. 3 cr. U/G. A comparative study of the processes of nation-formation and of the roles played by race, gender, and music in constructing national identities.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R); grade of C or better in English 102(P) or score 637 or higher on EPT.
335 American Indians of the Southeast. 3 cr. U/G. Description and analysis of Southeastern Indian cultures, including subsistence, sociopolitical organizations, beliefs, and Euro-American relations.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R) & 314(R).
340 Cultures of Online Games and Virtual Worlds. 3 cr. U/G. Anthropological understandings of online games and virtual worlds including: conceptual foundations, current topics, methodological issues, and first-hand experience.|Prereq: jr st.
349 Seminar in Ethnography and Cultural Processes. 3 cr. U/G. How sociocultural processes are confronted and represented through the genre of ethnography; new monographs used to chart innovations in the form.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
351 Anthropological Theories of Religion. 3 cr. U. Anthropological theories of religion covering magic and witchcraft, moral order, sacred and profane, alientation, capitalism, neurosis, ritual, fetishism, fundamentalism, conversion, sacrifice, and healing.|Anthro 351 & ReligSt 351 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st.
354 Anthropology of Art. 3 cr. U/G. Styles, techniques, and aesthetics of the arts of non-Western peoples; their relation to other aspects of culture, prehistoric and contemporary art in selected areas.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
355 Globalization, Culture, and Environment. 3 cr. U. Anthropological approaches to examining the concept of environmental justice as a crucial component of global security.|Prereq: jr st; satisfaction of GER English Composition competency req.
361 Applications in Linguistic Anthropology. 3 cr. U/G. Advanced work in linguistic anthropology designed to give students applied skills in cross-linguistic studies.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 105(360)(P) or cons instr.
362 System Failure: Globalization and Language Extinction. 3 cr. U/G. Role of globalization in the projected extinction of a large number of the world's languages within the next century.|AIS 362, Anthro 362, & Global 362 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; a course in social science; a course in linguistic anthro; or cons instr.
366 Seminar in Aspects of Linguistic Anthropology. 3 cr. U/G. Investigations of selected topics in linguistic Anthropology, such as discourse analysis, pragmatics.|Prereq: jr st & Anthro 105(360)(P); or grad st.
380 Anthropological Applications of GIS. 3 cr. U/G. Use of GIS in archaeology, cultural anthropology, and physical anthropology.|Prereq: jr st; a course in anthro.
381 Honors Seminar: (Subtitled). 3H cr. U. Selected topics in cultural anthropology, ethnography, prehistory, and human evolution.|Retakable w/chg in topic to 9 cr max. Prereq: soph st; Honors 200(P); cons Honors College dir.
400 Human Sociobiology. 3 cr. U/G. Application of the principles of evolutionary theory and behavioral ecology to the social and cultural life of humans and other primates.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 101(R) or 102(R).
401 Primate Populations. 3 cr. U/G. Ecological behavioral genetic and multidisciplinary field studies of nonhuman primates.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 301(P) or cons instr; grade of C or better in English 102(P) or score of 637 or higher on EPT.
402 Primate Evolution. 3 cr. U/G. Evolution, adaptation, and distribution of living primates, including humans, comparative primate adaptations and skeletal anatomy. Evolutionary theory and its application to the primate fossil record.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 301(P) or cons instr.
403 The Human Skeleton. 3 cr. U/G. Morphological and functional examination of the skeletal system. Microscopic and biomedical considerations of bone and cartilage, age, sex, and regional differences among modern human populations. Combined lec/lab.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 301(P) or cons instr.
404 Seminar in Human Evolutionary Physiology. 3 cr. U/G. Evolutionary principles influencing human populations. Variation within and between human groups.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 301(P) or cons instr; grade of C or better in English 102(P) or score level 4 on EPT.
405 Forensic Anthropology. 3 cr. U/G. Techniques in the forensic analysis of human skeletal material. Introduction to death investigation and forensic pathology.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 403(P).
406 Evolutionary Biology & Human Diseases. 3 cr. U/G. Evolutionary principles applied to our understanding of infectious and chronic diseases common to human populations, both past and present.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 301(R), Bio Sci 100(R) or 150(R).
407 Neuroanthropology. 3 cr. U/G. Anthropological theories of human brain evolution, and its role in complex human cultural traits, including sociality, language, tool manufacture, cogntion, and emotion.|Counts as repeat of Anthro 641 with same topic. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 101(P) or Bio Sci 150(P).
408 Hormones and Behavior. 3 cr. U/G. Roles of hormones in evolution and expression of animal behaviors, particularly aggression, stress, mating, parenting, and cognition; emphasis on humans.|Counts as repeat of Anthro 641 w/same topic. Prereq: jr st; intro course in physical anthro, bio sci, or psych.
409 (effective 01/26/2015) Evolution, Religion, and Human Biology. 3 cr. U/G. Nature and evolutionary origins of human religion as well as empirical evidence for the effects of religion on human health.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 101(P) or an intro bio sci course.
420 Power and Ideology in Archaeology. 3 cr. U/G. Nature of and relationship between power and ideology in past societies; theoretical perspectives and methods used by archaeologists to study power and ideology.|Counts as a repeat of Anthro 641 w/similar title. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
421 Cities in the Ancient World. 3 cr. U/G. Cross-cultural comparison of the world's first cities; the emergence of cities and their role in the development of ancient civilizations.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
425 Hunter-Gatherer Lifeways: Past and Present. 3 cr. U/G. Cross-cultural comparisons of hunter-gatherer societies, including archaeological, ethnohistorical, and ethnographic approaches.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(P) or 103(P) or cons instr.
426 Who Owns the Past? 3 cr. U/G. Social/political ramifications of the study, interpretation, presentation, conservation of the archaeological past; institutions/stakeholders involved in those processes: museums, scholars, ethnic groups, the public.|Counts as a repeat of Anthro 641 w/same topic. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(P) or 103(P) or cons instr.
431 Urban Anthropology. 3 cr. U/G. Cross-cultural study of urban systems and subsystems; theories of evolution of urban society; concepts and methods in the study of human adaptations to cities.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
431 (effective 01/26/2015) Cities and Culture. 3 cr. U/G. Cross-cultural analysis; relation of urban space to community, capitalism, migration, class, globalization, social and artistic movements; methods for ethnographic study.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
440 Medical Anthropology. 3 cr. U/G. Comparative study of medical systems; cultural meaning of illness and the healing process; social origins of disease.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(P); grade of C or better in English 102(P) or score of 637 or higher on EPT.
441 Nature, Knowledge, and Technoscience in Anthropological Perspective. 3 cr. U/G. Anthropological approaches to contemporary issues of science in society; critical perspectives on knowledge construction with respect to culture and indigenous traditions, race, class and gender.|Prereq: jr. st
442 Humanitarianism in Global Perspective. 3 cr. U/G. Anthropological study of global humanitarianism through specific case studies. Themes include politics of representation, intervention, war, genocide, trauma, child soldiers, and human trafficking.|Anthro 442 & Global 442 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; a social science course (P).
443 Medicine and Pharmaceuticals in the Global Age. 3 cr. U/G. The practices of medicine and the distribution of pharmaceuticals globally.|Anthro 443 & Global 443 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 440(R).
445 Psychological Anthropology. 3 cr. U/G. The relationship between individual and society; cultural influences on cognition, personality, identity, and emotion; and the comparative study of mental disorder.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
446 The Child in Different Cultures. 3 cr. U/G. Relationship of child development to particular cultural milieus; methods of child training in different cultures and their effects on the development of adult personality.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R) or Psych 101(R) or Sociol 101(R).
447 The Global Politics of Human Rights. 3 cr. U/G. Historical and theoretical context of human rights discourse; anthropology of human rights; case studies of efforts to protect human rights in particular social settings.|Anthro 447 & Global 447 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
448 Cultural and Human Ecology. 3 cr. U/G. Relationships of human societies to natural environments; energy systems involved in processes of human adaptation; ways in which culture and society operate as dynamic components of that exchange.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
449 The Human Economy. 3 cr. U/G. Uses and allocation of resources; modes of production and distribution and their relationship to kinship, politics, and other aspects of culture.|Prereq: jr st.
450 Political Anthropology. 3 cr. U/G. Political organization: forms of authority, responsibility, accountability, and power in societies at different levels of social complexity and in different ecological contexts.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
460 Anthropological Theory. 3 cr. U/G. Critical examination of the development and current status of the major paradigms and theories employed in anthropological studies.|Prereq: sr st; Anthro 102(R).
465 Historic Preservation in Archaeology. 3 cr. U/G. Historic preservation and cultural resource management in American archaeology; the legislative base, federal and state programs, the national register, regional planning, and research orientations.|Prereq: jr st.
466 Historical Archaeology. 3 cr. U/G. Development of the historical archaeology discipline; issues of method and theory; use of documentary, oral, and material culture evidence to interpret the recent past.Counts as repeat of Anthro 641 with same topic. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103 (P) or cons instr.|
481 Criminalistics. 3 cr. U. Instruction on collection, preservation, and analysis of physical evidence from crime scenes. Instruction on the rules of evidence and expert testimony.|Anthro 481, Chem 481, C L Sci 481, & Crm Jst 481 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; admis to Forensic Sci cert prog; Anthro/Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/Crm Jst 281(P); Crm Jst 480(P).
489 Internship in Anthropology, Upper Division. 1-6 cr. U. Application of advanced principles of anthropology in a business, organizational, educational, political, or other appropriate setting.|One cr earned for academic work based on 40 hours in internship. Retakable to 6 cr max. Prereq: jr st; 2.25 gpa; cons supervising faculty member.
497 Study Abroad: (Subtitled). 1-12 cr. U. Designed to enroll students in UWM sponsored program before course work level, content, and credits are determined and/or in specially prepared program course work.|Retakable w/chg in topic. Prereq: jr st; acceptance for Study Abroad Prog.
499 Ad Hoc: (Subtitled). 1-6 cr. U. Course created expressly for offering in a specified enrollment period. Requires only dept & assoc dean approval. In exceptional circumstances, can be offered in one add'l sem.|Retakable w/chg in topic. Prereq: jr st; add'l prereqs may be assigned to specific topic.
501 Archaeology of Death. 3 cr. U/G. Archaeological study of mortuary behavior and osteology to understand cultural variability in social organization, disease, nutrition, and violence.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr; grade of C or better in English 102(P) or score 637 or higher on EPT.
525 Zooarchaeology: Analysis of Faunal Remains. 3 cr. U/G. Theory and method, including practical labs, in the analysis of animal remains from archaeological contexts.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
535 Analysis of Archaeological Ceramics. 3 cr. U/G. Archaeological approaches to ceramic analysis including theory and methods; ethnoarchaeological, experimental, compositional, and stylistic approaches; practical skills including sorting, typing, and reporting ceramic assemblages.|Counts as repeat of Anthro 641 with similar topic. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
540 Applications of Anthropology. 3 cr. U/G. Uses of anthropological concepts, methods, and findings in human problems resulting from culture change.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
543 Cross-Cultural Study of Religion. 3 cr. U/G. Various approaches to the study of religion; religions of selected non-Western societies.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
544 Religious Giving in Anthropological Perspective. 3 cr. U. Seminar on religious directives for giving in historical and cross-cultural perspective, including Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim, and Jewish ideas of charity, philanthropy, and social welfare.|Anthro 544 & ReligSt 544 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st.
560 Introduction to Research Methods in Anthropology. 3 cr. U/G. Problem and research design formulation. How to ask and answer scientific questions using methods and techniques common to all fields of anthropology.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
561 Techniques and Problems in Ethnography. 3 cr. U/G. Methods of fieldwork for cultural anthropologists; design of field studies; techniques for collection and analysis of field data; field projects.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 102(R).
562 Techniques and Problems in Archaeology. 3 cr. U/G. Methods of fieldwork in archaeology; strategies of archaeological investigations; introduction to archaeological site mapping Lec, lab.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
565 Seminar in Regional Archaeology: (Subtitled). 3 cr. U/G. Seminar in archaeology of specific geographic areas. Consult Schedule of Classes for specific semester's content.|Retakable w/chg in topic to 9 cr max. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
566 Archaeological Analysis and Report Preparation: (Subtitled). 3 or 6 cr. U/G. Students will organize, describe, analyze, and interpret actual archaeological materials. Each student will assist in writing an archaeological report. Fee assessed according to nature and location of field trips.|Retakable w/chg in topic to 9 cr max. Prereq: jr st; Anthro 103(P) or cons instr.
567 Archaeological Field School. 3 or 6 cr. U/G. Archaeological methods and techniques under field conditions, at one or more sites. Field work five days a week, evening lectures. Fee assessed according to nature and location of field school.|Retakable to 9 cr max. Prereq: jr st; cons instr.
568 Introduction to Anthropological Statistics. 3 cr. U/G. Statistical models and their basic assumptions; statistical inference in biological and cultural anthropology; probability theory; nonparametric and parametric methods.|Prereq: jr st; Anthro 101(P) or 102(P) or 103(P) or cons instr.
570 Issues in Bilingualism. 3 cr. U/G. Study of bilingual competence, bilingual community, and second language acquisition from sociolinguistic, psycholinguistic, and general linguistic standpoints.|Anthro 570 & Linguis 570 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st.
585 Internship in Forensic Toxicology. 1-3 cr. U. Practical experience in a forensic toxicology laboratory under the supervision of a toxicologist.|Anthro 585, Chem 585, BMS(C L Sci) 585, & Crm Jst 585 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; admis to Forensic Sci cert prog; Anthro/Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/Crm Jst 281(P) & 285(P); Chem 221(P) or 223(P); Crm Jst 480(P); Hepatitis B vaccine series or waiver.
589 Internship in Death Investigation. 1-3 cr. U. Practical experience in death investigation under the supervision of a death investigator and forensic pathologist.|Anthro 589, Chem 589, BMS(C L Sci) 589, & Crm Jst 589 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; admis to Forensic Sci certif prog; Anthro/Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/Crm Jst 281(P); Crm Jst 480(P); BMS(C L Sci) 620(R); Hepatitis B vaccine series or waiver.
594 Internship in Forensic Science. 1-3 cr. U. On-site shadowing of evidence analyst at State Crime Laboratory.|Anthro 594, Chem 594, BMS(C L Sci) 594, & Crm Jst 594 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; admis to Forensic Sci cert prog; Anthro/Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/Crm Jst 281(P); Chem 221(P) or 223(P); Crm Jst 480(P); Hepatitis B vaccine series or waiver.
636 Geochronology. 3 cr. U/G. Theory and application of radiometric and other numerical dating methods in geology, archaeology, and paleoanthropology.|Anthro 636 & Geo Sci 636 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st, Anthro 101(P) or 103(P) or Geo Sci 100(P), & cons instr; or grad st & cons instr.
641 Seminar in Anthropology: (Subtitled). 3 cr. U/G. A research seminar in any of the several recognized areas of anthropology.|Retakable w/chg in topic to 9 cr max. Prereq: jr st, Anthro 101(P) or 102(P) or 103(P); or grad st.
651 Biology of the Primates. 3 cr. U/G. Gross and microscopic functional anatomy, molecular biology, distribution, adaptation, and behavior of living nonhuman primates as related to problems of human biology and human evolution.|Prereq: sr st; Anthro 301(P) or cons instr.
699 Independent Work. 1-3 cr. U. Advanced independent work under the supervision of an Anthro faculty or instructional academic staff member. Students must submit a study proposal. For further information, consult dept undergrad prog coord.|Retakable w/chg in topic. Prereq: jr st; 2.5 gpa; writ cons instr, dept chair, & assoc dean for SAS.

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