Masters Bioarchaeology degrees

9 universities in the UK offer 11 postgraduate masters bioarchaeology degrees.

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Osteoarchaeology MSc

Osteoarchaeology MSc

This course provides practical skills in the identification and analysis of both human and animal bones, while providing a theoretical archaeological underpinning focused on the interpretation of human...Read more
(3.9)
  • 1 year Full time degree: £5750 per year (UK/EU)
  • 2 years Part time degree: £5750 per year (UK/EU)
Modules
  • Humans, Animals & Diet- Core
  • Principles & Methods in Human Osteology- Core
  • Principles & Methods in Zooarchaeology- Core
  • Advanced Zooarchaeology- Core
  • Research Project- Core
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Bioarchaeology MSc

Bioarchaeology MSc

This dynamic programme will help you understand the use of techniques from both physical and genetic anthropology to describe human remains from archaeological contexts, providing Masters level bioarchaeological...Read more
(4.4)
  • 12 months Full time degree: £5750 per year (UK/EU)

Human Osteoarchaeology MSc

Human Osteoarchaeology MSc

This programme gives you the skills to work with these archaeological treasures to discover evidence of population structure, biological affinities, cultural behaviour, and patterns of disease in prehistoric...Read more
(4.4)
  • 1 year Full time degree: £10200 per year (UK/EU)
  • 2 years Part time degree: £4650 per year (UK/EU)

Human Bioarchaeology MRes

Human Bioarchaeology MRes

This MRes Human Bioarchaeology offers an intensive research-training programme with a high level of supervisorial contact. Study examines approaches and methodologies, theoretical underpinnings and practical...Read more
(4.4)
  • 1 year Full time degree: £4900 per year (UK/EU)
  • 2 years Part time degree: £2450 per year (UK/EU)

Bioarchaeology MSc

Bioarchaeology MSc

This course is one of the first of its kind in the UK to give a unique perspective of investigating and interpreting past societies through the appreciation of their skeletal remains in the context of...Read more
(3.9)
  • 1 year Full time degree: £5750 per year (UK/EU)
  • 2 years Part time degree: £5750 per year (UK/EU)

Osteoarchaeology MSc

Osteoarchaeology MSc

Bones can offer intriguing clues about the past and this programme focuses on the vital science of human and animal bone identification and interpretation, giving you the chance to build on your existing...Read more
(4.4)
  • 1 year Full time degree: £9650 per year (UK/EU)
  • 2 years Part time degree: £4650 per year (UK/EU)

Bioarchaeology MSc

Bioarchaeology MSc

This programme is an exciting and fast-advancing field which combines archaeology with branches of the natural sciences to study key topics such as past health and well-being, diet, ecology, subsistence...Read more
(4.4)
  • 1 year Full time degree: £6900 per year (UK/EU)
  • 2 years Part time degree: £3450 per year (UK/EU)

Bioarchaeology MPhil

Bioarchaeology MPhil

PhD programmes are based on individual research projects that last 3 or 4 years (full-time). PhD students work under the supervision of specific academic supervisors and advisors who are selected according...Read more
(4.2)
  • 12 months Full time degree
  • 24 months Part time degree

Bioarchaeology MSc

Bioarchaeology MSc

This course is designed for students with a passionate interest in the future of archaeology, who want to work at the frontiers of archaeological science. The degree is primarily aimed at those whose...Read more
(3.9)
  • 1 year Full time degree: £6760 per year (UK/EU)
  • 3 years Part time degree: £2253 per year (UK/EU)

Osteoarchaeology MSc

Osteoarchaeology MSc

This programme combines the study of human and animal bones from archaeological sites. These are generally known as human osteology and zooarchaeology or archaeozoology. It gives the students the opportunity...Read more
(4.4)
  • 1 year Full time degree
  • 2 years Part time degree

Osteoarchaeology MA

Osteoarchaeology MA

This course provides a thorough grounding in the analytical approaches to human and faunal bone identification, ageing, sexing and palaeopathology, as well as to the wider social, cultural, economic and...Read more
(4.1)
  • 1 year Full time degree: £7500 per year (UK/EU)
  • 2 years Part time degree: £3750 per year (UK/EU)
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