CCJ 31000 Forensic Anthropology: An Introduction

This course introduces students to the complex and diverse field of Forensic Anthropology. Most forensic studies and disciplines originated from the field of Anthropology. Students will gain an understanding of the multidisciplinary aspects of the field including human remains identification and analysis, medicolegal context, and crime scene investigation. This will be accomplished within the context of scientific principles of physical anthropology and biology. This course can serve as a part of the foundation for career in forensic science. Lab fee required.



Cross Listed Courses

ANT 31000.


ANT 13100, BSC 22700, CCJ 20000, or PSY 30300.