SSC 211 001 Class Dates & Times

Date RangeDaysTimesBuildingRoom
1/16/2018 to 4/30/2018 - ACOB

Course Description

The Southwest Field Trip is a multidisciplinary study of the prehistoric and historic peoples and cultures of the 'Four Corner' area of the American southwest, including the ecology and geology of the region. Primary attention is given to the Ancestral Puebloans, ancient Native American peoples who lived throughout the Colorado Plateau. The focus of the class may include contributions or considerations from anthropology, archaeology, astronomy, biology, geography, geology, history, literature, mathematics, and social sciences. Sp
Not part of a TN Transfer Pathway.

Textbooks

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