Anatomy & Paleoanthropology Concentration

To earn a concentration, you need to take 3 courses from the approved concentration courses. These can overlap with other major requirements. Concentrations are declared with the registrar and will be listed on your transcript.

Course Number Title Crosslisting Numbers Curriculum Codes
EvAnth 215S Genetics and Genomics of Human Variation Bio 260S CCI, NS, STS
EVANTH220 Human Evolution NS
EVANTH221S Becoming Human (formally Ape-Human Transition) NS, R
EVANTH230 Bodies of Evidence: Introduction to Forensic Anthropology NS, STS
EVANTH231L Anatomy of the Lower Extremities NS
EVANTH236L The Primate Skeleton NS, R
EVANTH330 Human Physiology
EVANTH333L The Human Body NS
EVANTH334L Human Osteology NS
EVANTH336S Dance Science: An Evolutionary Approach to Functional Anatomy DANCE377S ALP, NS, R
EVANTH 514 Genomic Perspectives on Human Evolution BIOLOGY554 NS, R, STS
EVANTH 588S Macroevolution. BIOLOGY588S NS
EVANTH520S Reconstructing the Past: Primate Paleobiology and Ecology NS, R
EVANTH522 The Hominid Fossil Record NS
EVANTH530 Human Functional Anatomy NS
EVANTH534L Advanced Human Osteology [on hiatus] NS, R
EVANTH537S Orthopedic Biomechanics and Kinesiology [on hiatus] NS, R
EvAnth538S Advanced Comparative Primate Biomechanics [on hiatus] NS, R
EVANTH582S Primate Adaptation NS