The Center for Cognitive Archaeology (CCA)

Provides both undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to study the evolutionary development of cognition in humans and other primates. The CCA offers 12 different online courses, which are taught by professors from the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs and by experts from all over the world. Upon successful completion of any four courses, the University of Colorado will award an official Certificate of Cognitive Archaeology at the undergraduate or graduate level.

Courses offered for the Spring 2020 Semester (January 21 - May 16)

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Neurocognition of Art

ANTH 4105/5105: Manuel Martin-Loeches, PhD, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

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The Evolution of Ritual and Religion

ANTH 4115/5115: Matthew Rossano, PhD, Southeastern Louisiana University, USA

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Cognitive Evolution

ANTH 4310/5310: Karenleigh Overmann, DPhil, University of Bergen, Norway

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History of Cognitive Archaeology Since 1969

ANTH 4915/5915: Karenleigh Overmann, DPhil, University of Bergen, Norway

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Neandertal Cognition

ANTH 4355/5355: Frederick L Coolidge, PhD, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, USA

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Want to enroll now or have questions?

Contact: bglach@uccs.edu or mmuhonen@uccs.edu

Website: www.uccs.edu/cca/ or www.uccs.edu/lases