Total Credits = 16 per week

Total Hours   = 28 per week


Anth 711    Physical Anthropology

Part- 1

  1. Introduction
  2. Human anatomy

-Chemical compositions of man

  1. Cell-Physical Structure of call

-Organelles of cell-structure and functions

  1. Genetics

– Teminology

– General structure of Nucleic acids

– Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)

– Ribonucleic acid ( RNA)

– different types of RNA and their significances

  1. Protein Structure

– Amino acids

– Protein synthesis

  1. Genetic disorders

– Chromosoneal disorders

– Some common diseases

  1. Blood groups, race
  2. Adaptation, evolution, race
  3. Institution
  4. General anatomy
  5. Skeletal system


Part- 2

  1. Origin of earth and vertebrate animal kingdom

– Origin of earth

(a) The solar system- the sun and nine planets

(b) Theories of formation of the earth

– Vertebrate animal kingdom

(a) Fishes, Amphibians, Reptiles, Mammals, Apes

  1. Theories of Evolution

(a) Concept of Evolution

(b) Approach to Evolution

(c) Early theories in Evolution

(d) Darwin theory of Evolution

  1. Primate and Evolution of man

– Primate: Fayum Primates, Pondaung Primates, Krabi Primates

– Evolution of man: Auatralopithecus, Homohabilis, Homoerectus, Homo Sapien

Neanderthalensis, Homo Sapien Sapien

  1. Human Anatomy, Genetics and Races

(a) Basic anatomy of Man

(b) The genetic mechanisms of evolution

(c) DNA, RNA

(d) Race as an evolution process


Anth 712  Cultural Anthropology

  1. Culture and Linguistics

(a) Language and communication

(b) Language in its cultural setting

(c) Language and thought

(d) Theoretical Linguistics

(e) American Linguistics

  1. Cross-cultural Studies

(a) Capitalist development and cultural experience

(b) Colonialism and Malay peasants

(c)  Post colonialism and Philippine

(d) Socio-culturalism and India

  1. Cultural Theories

(a) Founders

(b) The nature of culture and society

(c)  Evolutionary, adaptationalism and materialism

(d) Structures, symbols, and meaning, practice, agency and power

  1. Archaeological Anthropology

(a) Archaeology in Anthropology

(b) Paleolithic culture, Mesolithic culture, Neolithic Culture, Metal, Metal Age

(c) Prehistoric economy and Social Organization


Anth 713 Ethnographic Methods

An Overview of Ethnography

Ethnographic Perspectives

Writing Ethnography


Anth 714 Applied Anthropology

Medical Anthropology

Introduction to Medical Anthropology

The Anthropological Approach in Health and Health Care

Qualitative Studies Including Anthropological Research in Health

Tourism Anthropology

An Anthropological Perspective on Tourism and Commodification

Authenticity Cultural Patrimony and Tourism

Host and Guest


Educational Anthropology

Anthropology and Education

Classroom Culture

Local Traditional Education and community

Ecological Anthropology

Traditional Ecological  Knowledge

Market Integration and Distribution of Ecological knowledge within An

Ecuadorian Fishing Community.

  1. Ecological Perspective of Health and Disease
  2. Cultural Ecological
  3. Application of Ecological Anthropology