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Find out more about our undergraduate Anthropology degree courses by visiting the individual programme pages or contact us for more information.

Our Courses

BA Anthropology (L602)

Study the theory and practice of anthropology covering social and biological anthropology plus perspectives on culture, society and health.
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BSc Anthropology (L601)

This course covers the scientific and social scientific study of humanity including our evolutionary origins and relationship to other primates.
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BA Anthropology and Archaeology (LF64)

This joint honours course provides a comprehensive understanding of humanity both past and present.
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BA Anthropology and Sociology (LL36)

The BA Anthropology and Sociology course provides a comprehensive understanding of humans as social and cultural beings.
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BSc Psychology and Anthropology (CL86)

Learn what it means to be human in our rapidly changing world, including why we behave as we do and our interactions with each other and other animals
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BSc Anthropology and Biology (CFG0)

This course provides a wide choice of subjects to study and does not require applicants to study any particular subject.
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BSc Health and Human Sciences (B991)

This course will enable you critically discuss healthcare from an interdisciplinary, anthropological perspective.
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