Forensic Archaeology and Genocide Investigation represents an important and relevant area of study. On this course, you will learn about the evidence that genocide and mass violence leaves behind as well as the cutting-edge forensic techniques used to locate and record it. The MSc Forensic Archaeology and Genocide Investigation is a diverse and versatile programme of study which offers the opportunity to:
- Gain detailed knowledge about forensic archaeological investigations of genocide.
- Gain and apply practical skills in the investigation of genocide and mass violence via participation in fieldwork as part of an active research project.
- Complete a detailed research project relating to a range of topics concerning genocide and mass violence.
- Undertake interdisciplinary sessions alongside academics and specialists in Archaeology and Genocide Studies, History, International Relations, Geography, Media and Film, Computer Games Design and Visualisation
There are two types of assessments: practice (also called formative) or formal (also called summative). Formal assessments will include poster presentations, essays, fieldwork reports and a dissertation.
Honours degree of 2:1 or above, or relevant professional experience, in a related area.
Fees and funding
No fee information has been provided for this course