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Course Contents

Course Learning Objectives

Course Requirements and Evaluation

Course Schedule & Exams

 

Differences From Regular Courses

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Netiquette

Emergency Plan 

Main Differences Between Online and Regular Courses

Questions & Strategies

Ethics, Plagiarizing, & Cheating

Access Statement for Students with Disabilities

Withdrawal from the Course

Workforce Development

 

INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY

ANTH -  1103 , CRN: 80346

Fall 2012

13 August - 12 December 2012

This is an online class that will meet only once every about three weeks for in-class unit exams

 

Dates: Class meets four times for taking unit Exams

 

(See the Course Schedule)

 

Day: Thursday

 

Times: 9:25-10:40 am

 

Room: LIA 114

 

 

Office Hours:

 

10:50 - 1:35, Monday & Wednesday

                                          

12:15 - 1:30, Tuesday & Thursday

 

or by appointment for other times

 

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Course Learning Outcomes

 

The course aims at meeting the general goals and intended outcomes of the Division of Social Sciences. However, the course aims at meeting the following specific learning outcomes.

 

STUDENTS LEARNING OUTCOMES

 

1.      Students will articulate an understanding of individual and cultural differences and perspectives across the globe. (Global Perspectives)

 

2.         Students will analyze social institutions, world religions, natural landscapes, or human behavior using appropriate disciplinary frameworks.

 

3.      Students will articulate an understanding of major theories of cultural anthropology and major methods of conducting anthropological research.

 

4.     Students will articulate an understanding of characteristics of types of the human society, particularly hunting-gathering, horticultural, pastoralist, agricultural, and industrial societies.