BIO 556 Human Evolution (Graduate)

A broad study of aspects of human evolution, including evolutionary theory, fossil and archaeological evidence; aspects of comparative anatomy, behavior, and ecology; and the genetics and variation of modern human populations in order to reconstruct our species’ biological and cultural prehistory. Material is presented, when appropriate, in the context of more general biological principles and teaching standards. This course provides a context for appreciating ongoing discoveries and findings that teachers may relate to their students. Click here for syllabus. 

Prerequisite: None

Related Offerings: None

University of Indianapolis

Instructor: John Langdon, Ph.D. langdon@uindy.edu

Credit Hours: 3

Date: 6/01/2020 – 7/24/2020

Location: Online

Teacher Level: Grade 9-12