Bachelor of Arts → Anthropology → Semester I

Introduction to Biological Anthropology (ANT-C-112)


Description
In this course, students will be introduced to the subject matter of Biological Anthropology. This course will also help the students to understand the history and development of Physical Anthropology, its relationship to other sciences. Various areas i.e., theories and concept of human evolution & variation, race and racial classifications, Primatology, Somatometry, Somatoscopy, etc. will be dealt in this course.

Semester : I

Content
  • Course Objectives/Outcomes
  • Course Objectives
  • Learning Outcomes
  • Unit 1: Human Variation and Evolutionary Thought
  • Unit 2: History and Development of Physical/Biological Anthropology
  • Unit 3: Non-Human Primates and Human Evolution
  • Unit 4: Race, Racial Classifications/Biological Categories
  • Practical Section
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed