Anthropology 260. Human Evolution.

Introduction to human evolution and physical anthropology. Areas include paleoanthropology, primatology, molecular anthropology (population genetics), and to some extent evolutionary biology. Specific issues covered include the primate roots of human behavior, brain and language evolution, new and classic fossil hominids, the origin of anatomically modern humans, and human biogenetic variations. Prerequisite: Biology 122 or instructor permission.

Course Information
  • Credit:3
  • Term:Winter
Instructors
Aram Yardumian

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