MSc Forensic Anthropology is designed to enable graduate students to develop skills in a variety of areas, which concern the processing, analysis and identification of human remains. This postgraduate course provides intensive training in developmental anatomy and osteology, forensic anthropology methods and theory, forensic taphonomy in theory and practice, crime scene investigation and the law, research methods and expert witness and presentation skills. The course has a focus on both domestic forensic anthropology work (e.g. UK and US) and forensic anthropology in the context of international humanitarian work and international criminal investigation.
UCLan’s postgraduate Forensic Anthropology course is the only forensic anthropology/osteology MSc in the UK to be based within a dedicated forensics department with state-of-the-art Crime Scene Investigation practical labs as well as excellent resources in Forensic Biology and Chemistry.
2.1 degree in a related field or equivalent professional experience in the discipline
If English is not the native language, proof of proficiency (IELTS with no component score less than 7) is required
Prior to enrolment, students must provide proof of vaccination for Hepatitis B and Tetanus
Pregnant women cannot enrol in the FZ4308 module for health and safety reasons.
CSI and the Anthropologist
Dissertation Research Project
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