|Course Title||MODERN FORENSIC ANTH|
|Full Title||From the Grave: Modern Forensic Anthropology|
|Description||Physical anthropology and skeletal biology within medicolegal context. Methodologies used in science of forensic anthropology, as interdisciplinary nature and authorities in related fields.|
|Prerequisite||Completion of the General Education requirement in Foundations of Learning II.A. 2. Life Sciences. If a biological sciences course is not taken to satisfy Foundations of Learning II.A. 2. Life Sciences, a college course in biological sciences is required.|
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