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Masters in Anthropology

Study Anthropology Masters Programmes

As an academic discipline, anthropology is crossroads between the arts and sciences. Anthropologists have a wealth of knowledge about humans and humanity, which covers both biological and cultural aspects. As a student of anthropology, you will learn about how humanity developed both physiologically and and culturally, and how humans created the society we live in today. You will have the opportunity to analyse the societies and cultures that have been witnessed historically, as well as those we experience today, all over the world.

During a masters in Anthropology, you will be able to build on the knowledge gained through your undergraduate degree. Modules you study could include:

  • Peoples, Culture and Language
  • Early Human Origins
  • How Societies Evolve
  • Evolution and Human Behaviour
  • Social Theories

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