Forensic Anthropology Minor
Forensic Anthropology is the study of human remains for medicolegal purposes, relying on facets of human anatomy, skeletal biology, human behavior, taphonomy, and pathology. Forensics applies these sciences to the legal process. This minor in Forensics Anthropology is intended to complement a major in another discipline.
Minor in Forensic Anthropology
|Required Core Courses:||8|
|Introduction to Biological Anthropology|
|Introduction to Forensic Anthropology|
|Choose three courses from the following:||12|
|Human Osteology Laboratory|
|Decoding Your Genome|
|Advanced Forensic Anthropology|
|Human Skeletal Pathology|
|Taphonomy: Bones, Bugs, and Burials|
|Electives - Choose one course from the following: 1||4|
|Principles of Archaeology|
Students may also select an additional course from the second section to satisfy the electives section.