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BSc Anthropology (L601)

The BSc Anthropology degree course provides a broad introduction to biological and sociocultural anthropology with the opportunity to specialise in biological anthropology.

Biological (or physical) anthropology covers topics such as our fossil origins, primatology, human ecology, disease and nutrition in human populations and how these relate to contemporary populations and issues. Socio-cultural anthropology explores the diverse ways in which humans organise themselves and encompasses the study of politics, religion, environment, material culture and domestic organisation across the world.

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