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The Master of Science in Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) is designed for students seeking careers as investigators, detectives, lawyers, special agents, medical examiners, crime scene technicians and forensic pathologists. Read more
This fascinating course examines many different aspects of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds – their literature, history, philosophy, archaeology, languages and material culture – through a scholarly tradition that is both fast-moving and long-standing. Read more
The Graduate Certificate in Forensic Investigation is designed for professionals working in the forensic sciences community who seek to enhance their credentials and advance their career. Read more
Please note that this programme is currently subject to University approval. Sustainable Food Systems are essential to ensure that all people across the world have access to safe, nutritious and affordable food. Read more
Examine historical and current approaches to death and dying Understand bereavement rituals in different cultural and religious contexts Useful preparation for a range of careers serving the dying and bereaved Death, Religion and Culture at Winchester is a distance learning course that explores the universal reality of death. Read more
How and why have the dead been treated and commemorated so differently from prehistory to the present day? Our MA in Archaeology of Death and Memory explores the complex history of death and memory from the hunter-gatherer societies of the Palaeolithic to recent times. Read more
Theology, Religion and Philosophy at Winchester allows you to enrich and deepen your knowledge and understanding across these subject areas, and to engage with cutting-edge debates in your chosen areas of study. Read more
Past societies responded to and treated their dead in a range of diverse ways, providing archaeologists with crucial insights into their workings. Funerary archaeology combines analysis of human remains with their archaeological context to take a truly interdisciplinary approach to studying both life and death in the past. Read more