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High School (10–12)

Anthropology & World Religions 30

6 Credits

Anthropology/World Religions 30 is a course which concerns itself with all aspects of human life.  Explore your infinite curiosity about human beings with the study of:

  • The physical evolution of the species
  • Paleolithic lifestyles of modern and archaic humans
  • Archeological method and practice
  • Mesolithic lifestyles
  • Tools, technology, and dwellings of people in prehistory
  • The origins and practices of major world religions
  • Human variation, race and ethnicity
  • Gender, culture and marriage

Through a combination of theoretical and hands-on explorations, students of Anthropology/World Religion 30 will develop a deepened understanding of themselves, their ancestry and the billions of other humans with whom they share this planet.