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ANTH 230. Introductory Archaeology

Credits: 3
Department: Anthropology
Description: The scientific study, based on material remains, of the human past; research activities, including problem orientation, site location, excavation, analysis and interpretation.
Semester Offered: Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Critically analyze the anthropological concept of culture, especially as used by archaeologists.
2. Evaluate anthropological approaches to the human past, including theory, field methods, and data analysis and interpretation.
3. Demonstrate the ability to read, think, and evaluate qualitative data from a critical perspective.
4. Demonstrate writing skills that involve communicating ideas clearly, synthesizing information, and analyzing and applying anthropological concepts.

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