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Concentration in Human Biology

The human biology concentration draws on both the biological and social sciences to combine a foundation in basic science with an integrative perspective on the human organism. Students will study human biology and health from a comparative and evolutionary perspective. It is a good option for students pursuing careers in the health sciences or graduate work in the biological sciences.

For the joint Anthropology/MMSS major, MATH 385-0 counts as the formal methods requirement for anthropology and MMSS 300-0 counts as a 300-level anthropology course.

Concentration requirements

First Year and sophomore year

Junior and senior years

Note: Courses are subject to the approval of the department adviser.

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