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Masters Degrees (Economic Botany)

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Ethnobotany is an increasingly important subject. It is essentially interdisciplinary, involving knowledge of plants and their ecology in the context of their cultural, social and economic significance. Read more
Anthropology prides itself on its inclusive and interdisciplinary focus. It takes a holistic approach to human society, combining biological and social perspectives. Read more
An original and exciting approach to learning about other cultures with a special focus on conflict, violence and other forms of suffering. Read more
This programme offers a unique opportunity to explore traditional and experimental means of using visual and audio-visual media to research, represent and produce anthropological knowledge. Read more
This advanced course in Social Anthropology provides an interdisciplinary approach with a focus on European cultures and societies. Read more
The MSc in Conservation and International Wildlife Trade provides you with the knowledge base to address trade regulation and management at both the national and international levels. Read more
Overview. The father of town planning, Patrick Geddes was a professor of botany at this University hence our strong historical links to the planning profession. Read more
Overview. The father of town planning, Patrick Geddes was a professor of botany at this University hence our strong historical links to the planning profession. Read more
Overview. The father of town planning, Patrick Geddes was a professor of botany at this University hence our strong historical links to the planning profession. Read more
Overview. The father of town planning, Patrick Geddes was a professor of botany at this University hence our strong historical links to the planning profession. Read more
Kent has conducted pioneering research into human ecology, ethnoecology and anthropological approaches to the environment for many years. Read more
The School has a long tradition of high-quality research among its staff. Its strong research culture provides excellent opportunities for study for a postgraduate research degree. Read more
Overview. The father of town planning, Patrick Geddes was a professor of botany at this University hence our strong historical links to the planning profession. Read more
This course provides you with an exceptional grounding in marine environmental research. You’ll develop your understanding of key concepts and issues. Read more
Biological recording is vital for biodiversity conservation. In this period of rapid climate change, the ability to collect, manage and interpret information about our natural world has never been more important. Read more

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