ANT439H5 • Advanced Forensic Anthropology

Description

Forensic anthropologists are responsible for the search, recovery, and analysis of human skeletal remains in modern contexts. This course will explore the knowledge and skills used by forensic anthropologists to reconstruct the biological profile of the deceased, make an identification, contribute to the determination of manner and mode of death, understand the events that took place at the scene, and to provide an estimate of time since death.

Prerequisites
Corequisites
Distribution Requirement
Science
Total Instructional Hours
12L/36P
Mode of Delivery
In Class
Program Area
Forensic Science
Anthropology