Spring 2018 Class Schedule (SCC)



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ANTH 300    Physical Anthropology    3 Units

Prerequisite: ENGWR 51 or ESLW 310 and ESLR 310 with grades of "C" or better
General Education: AA/AS Area IV; CSU Area B2; IGETC Area 5B
Course Transferable to UC/CSU
Hours: 54 hours LEC
Description: This course is an introduction to the science of physical anthropology. The topics to be covered will include: the field of anthropology; the scientific method; genetics and inheritance; natural selection; principles and mechanics of evolution; evidence of evolution; modern human variation; living primates; and the fossil evidence for human evolution. (C-ID ANTH 110)

Schedule: Full Term, Jan 13-May 16

MW09:00AM-10:20AMLECI.JohnsonSCC MAIN RHN 31317356Textbook
TTh09:00AM-10:20AMLECI.JohnsonSCC MAIN RHN 31318203Textbook
Sa09:00AM-12:05PMLECR.FaykoSCC MAIN RHN 32718066Textbook
On-Campus

F10:45AM-02:00PMLECR.FaykoSCC MAIN RHN 32719082Textbook
MW12:00PM-01:20PMLECI.JohnsonSCC MAIN RHN 32719210Textbook
TTh04:00PM-05:20PMLECM.GrofeSCC MAIN RHN 31317184Textbook
MW04:30PM-05:50PMLECM.GrofeSCC MAIN RHN 31317905Textbook
On-Campus

TTh08:00AM-09:20AMLECT.JohansenDavis Cntr Davis 20516819Textbook
MW04:00PM-05:20PMLECS.EttingDavis Cntr Davis 20518116Textbook
Off-Campus - Davis Center, 1720 Jade Street, UC Davis, West Village, Davis, CA 95616.

TBATBALECW.DoonanSCC MAIN Online 18067Textbook
Online Class. Online orientation must be completed on the Canvas course website
http://www.scc.losrios.edu/elearning/ during the first week of class.

TBATBALECW.DoonanSCC MAIN Online 18068Textbook
Online Class. Online orientation must be completed on the Canvas course website http://www.scc.losrios.edu/elearning/ during the first week of class.

TBATBALECW.DoonanSCC MAIN Online 18791Textbook
Online Class. Online orientation must be completed on the Canvas course website http://www.scc.losrios.edu/elearning/ during the first week of class.

TBATBALECM.GrofeSCC MAIN Online 18915Textbook
Online Class. Online orientation must be completed on the Canvas course website http://www.scc.losrios.edu/elearning/ during the first week of class.

TBATBALECJ.MarshallOff Campus Online 19871Textbook
Online Class. Online orientation must be completed on the Canvas course website http://www.scc.losrios.edu/elearning/ during the first week of class.
Off-Campus - West Sacramento Center, 1115 West Capitol Avenue, West Sacramento.


ANTH 301    Physical Anthropology Laboratory    1 Unit

Prerequisite: ANTH 300 or 480 with a grade of "C" or better or concurrent enrollment in ANTH 300 or 480. ENGWR 51 or ESLW 310 and ESLR 310 with grades of "C" or better.
General Education: AA/AS Area IV; CSU Area B3; IGETC Area 5B
Course Transferable to UC/CSU
Hours: 54 hours LAB
Description: This introductory laboratory course is designed to familiarize students with the methods and materials of physical anthropology. Topics of significance covered in the course will include human osteology, forensic anthropology, genetics and evolutionary theory, biological classification, primatology, and the fossil evidence for the evolution of humans and their ancestors. (C-ID ANTH 115L)

Schedule: Full Term, Jan 13-May 16

MW10:30AM-11:50AMLABI.JohnsonSCC MAIN RHN 31316828Textbook
TTh10:30AM-11:50AMLABI.JohnsonSCC MAIN RHN 31316825Textbook
Sa01:00PM-04:05PMLABR.FaykoSCC MAIN RHN 32718069Textbook
On-Campus

TTh02:30PM-03:50PMLABN.StormsSCC MAIN RHN 32716826Textbook
MW06:00PM-07:20PMLABM.GrofeSCC MAIN RHN 31318070Textbook
On-Campus

TTh09:30AM-10:50AMLABT.JohansenDavis Cntr Davis 20516827Textbook
MW05:30PM-06:50PMLABS.EttingDavis Cntr Davis 20518117Textbook
Off-Campus - Davis Center, 1720 Jade Street, UC Davis, West Village, Davis, CA 95616.

TBATBALABI.JohnsonSCC MAIN Online 18979Textbook
Online Class. Online orientation must be completed on the Canvas course website
http://www.scc.losrios.edu/elearning/ during the first week of class.

TBATBALABI.JohnsonSCC MAIN Online 18980Textbook
Online Class. Online orientation must be completed on the Canvas course website http://www.scc.losrios.edu/elearning/ during the first week of class.


ANTH 303    Introduction to Forensic Anthropology    3 Units

Same As: ADMJ 332
Prerequisite: ENGWR 51 or ESLW 310 and ESLR 310 with grades of "C" or better
Advisory: ANTH 300 with a grade of "C" or better
General Education: AA/AS Area IV
Course Transferable to UC/CSU
Hours: 54 hours LEC
Description: This course is an overview of forensic anthropology, an applied field of physical anthropology. Forensic anthropology uses the analysis of human skeletal remains to answer medico-legal questions. This course emphasizes current techniques used in analysis of human skeletal remains, medico-legal procedures, and the role of the anthropologist in the investigative process. It examines the basics of bone biology, methods of skeletal analysis, and recognition of bone pathology and trauma. Students may earn credit for either ANTH 303 or ADMJ 332 but not for both.

Schedule: Full Term, Jan 13-May 16

T10:30AM-11:50AMLECW.DoonanSCC MAIN RHN 32718578Textbook
TBATBALECW.Doonan TBA TBA18578Textbook
Hybrid Class. Students must attend orientation on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at 10:30am in RHN 327. This class will meet every Tuesday but will be conducted primarily online.


ANTH 310    Cultural Anthropology    3 Units

Prerequisite: ENGWR 51 or ESLW 310 and ESLR 310 with grades of "C" or better.
General Education: AA/AS Area V(b); AA/AS Area VI; CSU Area D1; IGETC Area 4A
Course Transferable to UC/CSU
Hours: 54 hours LEC
Description: This course is an introduction to the variety of customs, traditions, and forms of social organization in societies around the world. The main goal of the course is to understand the importance of culture for both the individual and societies. Anthropological concepts that will be stressed include human culture and language, cultural relativism, holism, ethnocentrism, cross-cultural comparisons, field work, and theory. Topics include the nature of culture, subsistence methods, religion, linguistics, trade and economic systems, arts, kinship, marriage and family systems, technology, and change. (C-ID ANTH 120)

Schedule: Full Term, Jan 13-May 16

TTh09:00AM-10:20AMLECN.StormsSCC MAIN RHS 26120673Textbook
NEW SECTION - 20673 as of 11/13/17
On-Campus

TTh09:00AM-10:20AMLECW.DoonanSCC MAIN RHN 32716824Textbook
MW09:00AM-10:20AMLECW.DoonanSCC MAIN RHN 32718071Textbook
MW10:30AM-11:50AMLECW.DoonanSCC MAIN RHN 32716820Textbook
TTh07:00PM-08:20PMLECF.AraujoSCC MAIN RHN 31318204Textbook
On-Campus

MW02:30PM-03:50PMLECS.EttingDavis Cntr Davis 11218122Textbook
Off-Campus - Davis Center, 1720 Jade Street, UC Davis, West Village, Davis, CA 95616.

TTh02:30PM-03:50PMLECS.ReddyWest Sac WSC 32317977Textbook
Off-Campus - West Sacramento Center, 1115 West Capitol Avenue, West Sacramento.

TBATBALECP.LindellSCC MAIN Online 18981TextbookFree Digital Book
Online Class. Online orientation must be completed on the Canvas course website
http://www.scc.losrios.edu/elearning/ during the first week of class.

TBATBALECP.LindellSCC MAIN Online 19573TextbookFree Digital Book
Online Class. Online orientation must be completed on the Canvas course website http://www.scc.losrios.edu/elearning/ during the first week of class.

TBATBALECI.JohnsonOff Campus Online 16821TextbookFree Digital Book
Online Class. Online orientation must be completed on the Canvas course website http://www.scc.losrios.edu/elearning/ during the first week of class.
Off-Campus - Davis Center, 1720 Jade Street, UC Davis, West Village, Davis, CA 95616.


ANTH 323    Introduction to Archaeology    3 Units

Prerequisite: ENGWR 51 or ESLW 310 and ESLR 310 with grades of "C" or better.
General Education: AA/AS Area V(b); CSU Area D1; IGETC Area 4A
Course Transferable to UC/CSU
Hours: 54 hours LEC
Description: This course is an introduction to the concepts, methods, and theoretical perspectives employed in the scientific study of archaeology. Emphasis will be placed on how data is retrieved from the archaeological record and how it can be used to address questions about the development and evolution of human social systems. Topics will include archaeological theory, survey and excavation methods, laboratory analysis, reconstructing past environments, and drawing conclusions about the past from archaeological data. This course will draw upon examples from the New World as well as archaeological examples worldwide. A field trip may be required. Research assignments will be assigned to students who cannot participate in a field trip. (C-ID ANTH 150)

Schedule: Full Term, Jan 13-May 16

TTh01:00PM-02:20PMLECN.StormsSCC MAIN RHN 32718721Textbook
On-Campus


ANTH 331    The Anthropology of Religion    3 Units

Prerequisite: ENGWR 51 or ESLW 310 and ESLR 310 with grades of "C" or better.
General Education: AA/AS Area V(b); AA/AS Area I; AA/AS Area VI; CSU Area D1; IGETC Area 3B; IGETC Area 4A
Course Transferable to UC/CSU
Hours: 54 hours LEC
Description: This course surveys the forms and functions of supernatural belief systems and their associated rituals in various societies. Ethnographic examples are utilized in order to study beliefs and rituals within their sociocultural contexts. Comparisons are then drawn in order to understand the functions of religious and magical beliefs and rituals in human life.

Schedule: Full Term, Jan 13-May 16

MW01:30PM-02:50PMLECP.LindellSCC MAIN RHN 32718301Textbook
On-Campus

MW01:00PM-02:20PMLECT.JohansenDavis Cntr Davis 20518300Textbook
Off-Campus - Davis Center, 1720 Jade Street, UC Davis, West Village, Davis, CA 95616.

TBATBALECP.LindellSCC MAIN Online 19045Textbook
Online Class. Online orientation must be completed on the Canvas course website
http://www.scc.losrios.edu/elearning/ during the first week of class.


ANTH 332    Native Peoples of California    3 Units

Prerequisite: ENGWR 51 or ESLW 310 and ESLR 310 with grades of "C" or better.
General Education: AA/AS Area V(b); AA/AS Area VI; CSU Area D1; IGETC Area 4A
Course Transferable to UC/CSU
Hours: 54 hours LEC
Description: This course provides a study of the Native inhabitants of California from the prehistoric period to the present time, in addition to offering an introduction to the diversity and complexity of aboriginal California. It includes the environmental adaptation, material culture, social structure, ideology, and response to change. This course meets the SCC Multicultural Graduation Requirement for comparative examination of diverse culture groups in the U.S. In addition to gaining perspectives on the great diversity of aboriginal cultures in California, the student will examine the impact of the other Native and non-Native groups on those cultures.

Schedule: Full Term, Jan 13-May 16

MW01:30PM-02:50PMLECT.CheshireSCC MAIN RHN 31320490Textbook
On-Campus


ANTH 341    Introduction to Linguistics    3 Units

Prerequisite: ENGWR 51 or ESLW 310 and ESLR 310 with grades of "C" or better.
General Education: AA/AS Area V(b); AA/AS Area VI; CSU Area D1; IGETC Area 4A
Course Transferable to UC/CSU
Hours: 54 hours LEC
Description: This course will involve the student in the exploration of language from an anthropological perspective, including the biological basis of language, the role of language in social interaction and world view, minority languages and dialects, bilingualism, literacy, the social motivation of language change, and the impact of language loss. The student will also be introduced to the analytical techniques of linguistics and the demonstration of their relevance to language in sociocultural issues.

Schedule: Full Term, Jan 13-May 16

TTh02:30PM-03:50PMLECM.GrofeSCC MAIN RHN 31318072Textbook
On-Campus


ANTH 481    Honors Cultural Anthropology    3 Units

Prerequisite: ENGWR 51 or ESLW 310 and ESLR 310 with grades of "C" or better
General Education: AA/AS Area V(b); AA/AS Area VI; CSU Area D1; IGETC Area 4A
Enrollment Limitation: Eligibility for admission to the Honors Program.
Course Transferable to UC/CSU
Hours: 54 hours LEC
Description: This course is a seminar-style introduction to the variety of customs, traditions, and forms of social organization in a variety of western and non-western societies. The main goal of the course is to understand the importance of culture for both the individual and societies. Anthropological concepts will be emphasized including human culture and language, cultural relativism, holism, ethnocentrism, cross-cultural comparisons, fieldwork, and theory. Topics include the nature of culture, subsistence methods, religion, linguistics, trade and economic systems, arts, kinship, marriage and family systems, technology, and change. This honors section uses an intensive instructional methodology designed to challenge motivated students. (C-ID ANTH 120)

Schedule: Full Term, Jan 13-May 16

MW03:00PM-04:20PMLECP.LindellSCC MAIN RHN 32717691Textbook
On-Campus


ANTH 495    Independent Studies in Anthropology    1-3 Units

Prerequisite: None.
Course Transferable to CSU
Hours: 162 hours LAB
Description: This course provides an opportunity to take a course in anthropology that covers topics that are not part of the regular curriculum. UC transfer credit will be awarded only after the course has been evaluated by the enrolling UC campus. The units completed for this course cannot be counted towards the minimum 60 units required for admissions.

Schedule: Full Term, Jan 13-May 16

TBATBALABI.Johnson TBA TBA18505Textbook
Instructor's consent is required to enroll.
3 Units
On-Campus


ANTH 499    Experimental Offering in Anthropology    .5-4 Units

Prerequisite: None
Course Transferable to UC/CSU
Hours: 72 hours LEC
Description: See Experimental Offering. UC transfer credit will be awarded only after the course has been evaluated by the enrolling UC campus. The units completed for this course cannot be counted towards the minimum 60 units required for admissions.

Schedule: Full Term, Jan 13-May 16
Mesoamerica and the Ancient Maya

MW03:00PM-04:20PMLECM.GrofeSCC MAIN RHN 31319607Textbook
3 units - 54 hours lecture
Description: This course is a survey of the anthropology and archaeology of Mesoamerica, with a particular emphasis on Ancient Maya. It includes an anthropological perspective of the characteristics of past and present Mesoamerican cultures, including languages, writing systems, mythological and religious traditions, social and political organization, gender roles, economic systems, agriculture and astronomy. The course reviews history from the Precolumbian period through colonization and the current era, including contemporary ethnography and issues of representation.
On-Campus

Spring 2018 Class Schedule

Updated: May 16, 2018