This course, although short, packs in a lot of information - looking at skulls to determine the sex/age/ethnicity of the individual , at the muscles of the face (I had no idea there were so many different muscles in the face!) and following that, facial reconstruction. One of the interesting parts of the course is that as it progresses, the story unfolds of a true case which used facial reconstruction to solve a crime. The methods used then are now available using a computer, but the way in which the face was reconstruced in clay is really fascinating.
It's a worthwhile course - I did it for interest (I enjoy reading detective/forensic anthropology/forensic science fiction) and wanted to find out whether the authors were actually describing real life methods - and the short answer was yes, they do (or at least the ones I have been reading, do!)