2017 - 2018 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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anth m03 – introduction to archaeology 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture c-id anth 150 anth m09 – sex gender and culture 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture introduces the history goals and methods of archaeology explores the excitement and romance of archaeology through examples of archaeological finds from throughout the world including egypt stonehenge and the maya illustrates the concepts and techniques common to the process of archaeology via hands-on in-class activities that replicate real archaeological explorations and excavations applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc explores the biological and socio-cultural aspects of sexuality and gendered experiences highlights both the diversity and shared meanings of such experiences by analyzing and comparing examples from traditional and contemporary world cultures examines how gender and sexuality intersect with religion kinship ethnicity politics and economics provider approved by the california board of registered nursing provider number cep2811 for 45 contact hours applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc anth m05 – archaeological field methods anth m10 – archaeological survey and mapping 3 units 3 units prerequisites anth m03 or concurrent enrollment class hours 1 lecture 6 lab prerequisites anth m03 or concurrent enrollment class hours 1 lecture 6 lab introduces practical hands-on archaeology by participation in an on-going archaeological project emphasizes the methods of site excavation recognition of artifacts while in the ground recording of archaeological discoveries archaeological ethics and primary sorting of archaeological materials requires field trips applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc introduces archaeological field research through the application of survey and mapping techniques including the initial discovery evaluation and recording of archaeological sites emphasizes the use of a compass reading and drawing of scale maps evaluation of soil and terrain formations initial recording and collection of surface artifacts and various other specialized observation and recording techniques including gps and google earth requires field trips applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc anth m06 – introduction to native american studies 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture surveys the origins and development of native american cultures within north america from an anthropological perspective assesses the contribution of archaeology and anthropology to our understanding of native culture from the peopling of the new world to the growth of complex societies such as chaco canyon and cahokia examines the history of native and nonnative contact through time including relations with the federal government applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc anth m07 – peoples and cultures of the world 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture introduces the study of language and communication from an anthropological perspective examines the basic components of language including morphology phonology syntax and semantics provides an overview of how humans interact and communicate using verbal and nonverbal language and how language both reflects and shapes thought culture and power status exposes students to anthropological theories of language origin language use and cultural issues associated with language in cross-cultural contexts provider approved by the california board of registered nursing provider number cep2811 for 45 contact hours applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc anth m08 – linguistic anthropology 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture c-id anth 130 introduces the study of language and communication from an anthropological perspective examines the basic components of language including morphology phonology syntax and semantics provides an overview of how humans interact and communicate using verbal and nonverbal language and how language both reflects and shapes thought culture and power/status exposes students to anthropological theories of language origin language use and cultural issues associated with language in cross-cultural contexts applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc anth m11 – magic witchcraft and religion 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture provides an introduction to human belief systems around the world and the manners in which anthropology investigates these examines the functions and structures of belief systems cross-cultural classifications of religions shamanism religious change and religious systems in global perspective analyzes the historical social and psychobiological factors that influence the development of religions and emphasizes the application of cultural relativism when considering other cultures and beliefs applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc anth m12 – archaeological laboratory procedures 3 units prerequisites anth m03 or concurrent enrollment class hours 1 lecture 6 lab provides hands-on experience working with archaeological collections examines the processing sorting washing stabilizing analysis and final cataloging of an excavation collection includes an introduction to federal and state laws concerning archaeological excavation and curation also considers the requirements for employment with local contract archaeology firms requires field trips applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc anth m13 – the chumash and their neighbors indians of california 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture introduces the aboriginal inhabitants of california examines the religion social structure material culture and everyday lives of the many different cultures that inhabited california using both archaeological and anthropological evidence emphasizes local tribes such as the chumash and considers the effects of european contact on modern california indian tribes formerly anth m60c and anth m60i applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc anth m14 – monkeys apes and humans 3 units prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture explores principles of animal behavior and ecology from an evolutionary perspective uses primates including humans to investigate such topics as predator avoidance foraging strategies mating behaviors mother-infant bonding the development of social groups and cognition addresses research methodology and requires an observational project of primates applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc 112 moorpark college announcement of courses 2017-2018