Prerequisite: one of the following: 12:173, 15:132 or permission of Instructor.
This course will provide a general survey of the discipline of forensic and death investigation in Canada at an introductory level. It provides an overview of the work done by forensic anthropologists in the field, laboratory, and courtroom. Basic concepts pertaining to the recovery of the work and analysis of human remains will be introduced.
Note: This class does not qualify students to professionally perform the duties of a forensic anthropologist.
2 lecture hours per week, 1 laboratory hour per week, one term.
- Instructor: Megan Bower