Catalog: 2014–2015 Catalog Year
ANTH 202: Introduction to Archeology
- Name: Introduction to Archeology
- Discipline: Anthropology (ANTH)
- Units (Credits): 3
- Transfer Information: Courses with numbers 100 to 299: This course is designed to apply toward a WNC degree and/or transfer to other schools within the Nevada System of Higher Education, depending on the degree chosen and other courses completed. It may transfer to colleges and universities outside Nevada. For information about how this course can transfer and apply to your program of study, please contact a counselor.
- Academic Division: Liberal Arts
- Prerequisites: None
I: Catalog Course Description
Surveys archaeology in the Old and New Worlds. Examines methods used by archaeologists to describe and explain prehistoric cultures.
II: Course Objectives
Students will have a basic understanding of the:
- Principles, theories, and methods of archaeological investigation;
- Development of human social institutions and technology in prehistory;
- Value and importance of human diversity over time.
- Students will exercise academic skills in reading, writing, oral communication, and online and library research.
III: Course Linkage
Linkage of course to educational program mission and at least one educational program outcome.
This course is designed to meet the following Student Learning Objectives of the General Education Requirement by ensuring that successful students will be able to demonstrate that they:
- Have college-level skills in reading, writing, and oral communication to a level appropriate for their degree and/or emphasis.
- Possess adequate problem solving, creative reasoning, and critical thinking skills.
- Are able to utilize effective and efficient learning skills, including locating and evaluating sources of information.
- Can apply appropriate technological skills, including computer skills.
- Understand the methods of science and the role of science in the modern world.
- Appreciate the importance of cultural traditions, and diversity in the modern world.