Forensic Archaeology and Anthropology MSc

Durham University

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Course info

This exciting new MSc will equip you with the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue further research in forensic archaeology and anthropology, and/or find employment, either within a forensics-related profession or the graduate market more generally. This is an intensive, hands-on, practical course, which includes extensive analysis of human skeletal remains, mock court experience, excavation of ‘mass graves’, and knowledge of the legal and ethical issues associated with forensic contexts. ... READ MORE

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Anthropology
CUG ranking
6th
CUG subject ranking
4th

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Full Time
1 year

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You might have a UG degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, Forensic or Crime Scene Science. However, students from a wide variety of backgrounds are admitted, including students with undergraduate degrees in Natural and Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Geography, as well Classics and History.

Tuition fees

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£11,900 per year

More info: The same fee is also applicable for Island Students..

Students from Domestic
Students from Other UK
Students from Northern Ireland Students from Northern Ireland
Students from Channel Islands
£23,900 per year
Students from EU EU Students
£23,900 per year
International Students

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19 Jan 20

Anthropology BSc (Hons)

Great made lots of friends and got involved in a lot and love my course as it is so diverse and interesting and I'm...
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15 Jan 20

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Where you'll study

Durham University

The Palatine Centre Stockton Road Durham
DH1 3LE United Kingdom Nearest train station: Durham  0.3 miles away

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