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Masters Degrees (Palaeopathology)

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Palaeopathology is the study of past disease in human remains; it is a sub-discipline of bioarchaeology (study of human remains from archaeological sites). Read more
This course emphasises the study of archaeological human remains within their funerary context. It builds upon the School's extensive research in human osteology and palaeopathology and related research expertise in field archaeology, archaeozoology, molecular archaeology and archaeological biogeochemistry. Read more
This MSc provides students with a foundation in the analysis of human remains, both in archaeological and modern forensic settings. Read more
Oxford Brookes is one of very few UK universities where social and biological anthropology are taught alongside each other. This course emphasises the holistic and comparative breadth of anthropology - studying humans from a variety of social, cultural, biological and evolutionary perspectives. Read more
COURSE OVERVIEW. Combine theoretical knowledge and practical experience. Access a range of skeletal collections. Research the human bioarchaeological topic of your choice. Read more
COURSE OVERVIEW. Access to collections in the Novium Collections at Fishbourne and the holdings of the Hampshire Cultural Trust. Wide range of research options. Read more
This programme is a pathways-based MSc degree, with a strong emphasis on the development of skills and specialism in Bioarcheology, including opportunities to gain experience with both human and zooarchaeological remains. Read more
This course provides advanced instruction on the osteological methods, theories and techniques needed to identify and analyse human skeletal remains from archaeological contexts. Read more

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