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The Anthropology concentration within the Human Biology major allows students to focus on science and upper-division anthropology lecture courses.  Students may experience the interdisciplinary nature of this major by taking courses from Human Biology affiliated departments to fulfill degree requirements (e.g., Applied Behavioral Science, Biology, Psychology, Speech-Language-Hearing).  Within the major requirements, Anthropology concentration students may choose to complete courses in two of the following categories: Human Anatomy & Physiology; Human Population Biology; Human Adaptation & Evolution; and Human Biology & Behavior.


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