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ANT 200 - Foundations of Archeology

Three Credits
Spring Semester

Archaeology is the study of the human past through the remains of their material culture. Archaeologists study artifacts, sites, settlements, and landscapes to gain an understanding of how humans lived in the distant and recent past. Students will gain an understanding of the principles, methods, and theories of archaeological research, while exploring the history of the field and case studies.

Prerequisite(s): Open to First-Year and Sophomore students. Other students with instructor permission.
This course was formerly offered as SOC 115 Introduction to Archeology.

Fulfills the Social Scientific Inquiry requirement.