ANP 202: People and Pups
Undergraduate 3 credits
An introduction to the growing literature on dog evolution, behavior, and cognition to understand why dogs are so well adapted to socializing with humans and what role they play in our societies. This course provides students with a foundation in animal behavior, specifically dog behavior and human-canine relationships. Key questions will include: How do dogs communicate with each other and with us? Are dogs smarter than you think? And what is unique about the bond between people and their pups?
Session Class # Section Instructor Days Time Campus Enrollment Status Winter 1414 30 Ann Markham Flexible (Online) TBA West (Main Campus) Open
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