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Anthropology is the diverse study of humankind. Students studying the discipline can learn about what makes humans unique and the ways in which they have survived and thrived throughout history.

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MSc in Biological Anthropology

University of Kent, School of Anthropology & Conservation
Campus Full-time Part-time 1 - 2 years September 2019 United Kingdom Canterbury + 1 more

This programme places a strong emphasis on critical thinking and understanding of both the broad field of Biological Anthropology and the specialisms within. Core to the programme is the development of research methods, culminating in a piece of original research, written up in the form of a publication-ready journal article.

MSc in Ethnobotany

University of Kent, School of Anthropology & Conservation
Campus Full-time Part-time 1 - 2 years September 2019 United Kingdom Canterbury + 1 more

Ethnobotany is quintessentially interdisciplinary, involving knowledge and use of plants and their ecology in the context of their cultural, social and economic significance.