* ANT 206 / GEO 208 / EEB 306 (EC) Graded A-F, P/D/F, Audit
An investigation of the evidence and background of human evolution. Emphasis will be placed on the examination of the fossil and other evidence for human evolution and its functional and behavioral implications.
Sample reading list:
See instructor for complete list
Textbook and Blackboard readings, about 100 pp weekly. Research paper required (5-10 pp). Students taking the course as EEB 306 for Ecology and Evolutionary Biology credit will be required to do one additional assignment: completion of a fossil project. See "other information" for details.
Mid Term Exam - 33%
Final Exam - 34%
Papers - 33%
ANT 206, ANT 206A are considered equivalent courses and cannot be taken multiple times for credit.
The fossil project required for EEB departmental credit is scheduled for Tuesdays at 10:00-10:50a.m. Students taking this course for EEB 306 credit must attend P05 IN ADDITION TO one of the precepts P01-P04. Students not enrolled for EEB credit will attend just one of P01-P04.
Open to ANT Concentrators Only 12
Open to EEB Concentrators Only 12
Freshmen Only 6
Sophomores Only 12
Juniors Only 12
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