This course is designed for law enforcement agents, park rangers, wildlife managers, archaeologists, and others that need to be able to recognize the differences between human and nonhuman bone. This is a one day course consisting of lectures in the morning and hands on training in the afternoon. Histological differences between human and nonhuman bone will also be demonstrated.
This course is open to anyone interested in learning about the difference between human and nonhuman bone. Previous knowledge of skeletal anatomy is highly recommended.
Upcoming dates for the course are:
December 6, 2013 (Enrollment begins in August)
August 8, 2014 (Enrollment begins in January)
Tuiton: $75 (includes lunch)
TCLEOSE (Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Education) credit available to Texas participants.
You may pay the tuition or deposit by credit card by clicking on the PAY BY CREDIT CARD link below and following the instructions. If paying by credit card, please contact Sophia Mavroudas at 512-245-1900 or FACTS@txstate.edu and provide your name, address, agency, phone number and email.