Intro to Forensic Anthropology and the Science" of CSI"
Academic Noncredit

Forensic anthropology uses physical anthropology, archaeology, and medical-legal investigation procedures to describe and identify human remains. This course will give students a general understanding of forensic anthropology within the broader context of the forensic sciences. Students will gain basic knowledge of the human skeleton, including dentition and will learn methods for description and identification of human remains. They will also be introduced to case studies that demonstrate the actual practice of forensic anthropology. This course may be taken concurrently with ANTH 3271 (Human Osteology) and it is a prerequisite for ANTH 5272 (Forensic Anthropology).

This noncredit class meets with a regular University of Utah credit course.

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Class Sections For Intro to Forensic Anthropology and the Science" of CSI" (ANTH 322)

Summer 2021 Section 1, Starting on: 05/17/2021

This class will run between May 17th and June 25th, 2019 (First Short Session). This is an online course, which does not have a specific meeting time or location throughout the semester. For additional information, please visit https://online.utah.edu/about-online-learning/.

Date(s) Day Time Location
05/17/21 - 06/25/21 Online
Tuition: $459.00 + Special Fee: $34.50 = $493.50      

Instructor: DERINNA KOPP

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