This is a 1 year (3 semester) program for full time students, but can be taken cross 2 years at part time.
- Human Evolution
In this module you’ll explore how humans developed – from the earliest creatures that could be called ‘humans’ 7 million years ago to the development of ‘modern humans’ around 12,000 years ago.
- Human Functional Anatomy
This module will give you an advanced understanding of human musculoskeletal anatomy, with a special emphasis on identifying, describing and reconstructing them.
- Primate Behaviour & Ecology
Here you’ll study the behaviour of human, non-human and pre-human primates. You’ll learn how to observe, understand and interpret primate behaviour on this basis.
- Principles & Methods in Zooarchaeology
This module teaches you how to identify the remains of animals of all kinds, as well as the analysis and recording methods you’ll need to practice as an anthropologist.
- Research Project
- Techniques of Archaeological Recovery & Recording
- Principles & Methods in Human Osteology
- Humans, Animals & Diet
- Bodies of Evidence – Skeletal Changes Before & After Death
- Archaeology of Human Remains