The course is designed to equip students with the skills necessary for the analysis and identification of human skeletal remains. It is designed for students who already hold a degree in a relevant biomedical science and wish to pursue further study in forensic anthropology.
Forensic osteology; peri and post mortem processes; disaster victim identification training; research methods; forensic human identification; forensic science and the law; developmental juvenile osteology; research project.
Assessments will take the form of in-course essays, paper appraisal and presentation exercises in addition to final degree examinations and MSc research dissertation.
An honours degree at 2:1 or above (or equivalent) in a relevant biomedical science, or an ability to demonstrate considerable experience in a relevant field. Please check our website for English language requirements.