Course Information

ANTH-1800

Analysis of the concept and its importance for the study of man; an examination of various cultures of the world as they relate to technological, economic, social, political, and religious aspects of these cultures.

Credits:
3.0
Academic Level:
Undergraduate
Department:
History and Government [HG]
Subject:
Anthropology [ANTH]
Terms Offered:
(Term Legend)
2015SP, 2014FA, 2014SU, 2014SP, 2013FA, 2013S3, 2013SP, 2012FA, 2012S3, 2012SP, 2011FA, 2011S3, 2011SP, 2010FA, 2010S3, 2010SP, 2009FA, 2009S3, 2009SP, 2008FA, 2008S3, 2008SP, 2007FA, 2007S3, 2007S1, 2007SP, 2006FA, 2006S3, 2006SP, 2005FA, 2005S3, 2005SP, 2004FA, 2004SP, 2003FA, 2003SP, 2002FA
Course Offerings by Term
TermSectInstructorMeeting Location/Days/TimeCapUsed
2015SP01Dr. Bob ParrTYL 204 LEC TR 12:30PM-01:45PM
Dates: 01/06/15-05/01/15
400
2015SP02Dr. Bob ParrTYL 204 LEC TR 02:00PM-03:15PM
Dates: 01/06/15-05/01/15
400
2014FA03Miss Deborah YoungONL
Dates: 08/25/14-10/17/14
011
2014FA05Miss Deborah YoungONL -
Dates: 08/20/14-12/12/14
Class limited to Adult Programs students.
Dates: 08/25/14-10/17/14
00
2014FA01Dr. Bob ParrCAL 201 LEC TR 12:30PM-01:45PM
Dates: 08/20/14-12/12/14
4037
2014FA02Dr. Bob ParrCAL 201 LEC TR 02:00PM-03:15PM
Dates: 08/20/14-12/12/14
4040
2014FA04TRV
Dates: 08/20/14-12/12/14
01