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Masters Degrees in Forensic & Archaeological Sciences

We have 117 Masters Degrees in Forensic & Archaeological Sciences

Masters degrees in Forensic & Archaeological Sciences study the principles behind the investigation and recovery of material human evidence. They provide expertise required by a range of practical fields, including historical archaeology and modern policing.

Subjects within this discipline draw on a similar toolkit, but can have very different applications.

A Masters in Archaeological Science will tend to focus on the methods used to analyse and preserve materials of historical and cultural interest. A Masters in Forensic Science will use scientific techniques to recover evidence from more recent crime scenes. Areas of overlap include forensic archaeology, which uses archaeological techniques to analyse older criminal evidence.

Why study a Masters in Forensic & Archaeological Science?


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Forensic Archaeology is the specialist application of archaeological techniques to the search and recovery of evidential material from crime scenes, often but not always related to buried human remains. Read more
This MSc or Postgraduate Diploma in Archaeological Sciences gives graduates in Archaeology and related subjects a systematic training in the application of modern scientific methods. Read more
Register your interest now. This MSc provides students with a foundation in the analysis of human remains, both in archaeological and modern forensic settings. Read more
The course is designed to provide students with an understanding of how traditional and advanced techniques from archaeology and physical anthropology can be applied in the forensic context. Read more
Forensic Archaeology involves the use of archaeological principles and techniques for the location, recovery, and interpretation of evidence for past events within the context of the criminal justice system. Read more
Research students in Forensic Science have the opportunity to work alongside a multidisciplinary team in the School of Life Sciences, and can benefit from strong links with industry practitioners. Read more
MSc Forensic Anthropology is designed to enable graduate students to develop skills in a variety of areas, which concern the processing, analysis and identification of human remains. Read more
Medical Life Sciences is an English-taught two-year Master’s programme in molecular disease research and bridges the gap between the sciences and medical studies. Read more
This new MA in Archaeology and Identity at the University of Bradford combines theoretical archaeological interpretation with cutting-edge scientific archaeology. Read more
This course is designed for those with a first degree in either forensic science or another science subject (ideally chemistry or biology but other degrees are also acceptable) who want to further their knowledge and experience of forensic science. Read more
This course is designed to give a broad introduction to the application of engineering and physical sciences to forensic problems. Read more
Through imaginative teaching and world-leading research, we inspire our students to explore. Course description. Through a series of specialist modules, you’ll explore the archaeology of the Aegean and neighbouring regions. Read more
Enhance your understanding of Archaeology by region and period, through a combination of taught modules and individual research in this flexible programme. Read more
The MSc Archaeological Practice is a world-leading archaeology course which equips you with the tools for work in the real world. Read more
The Forensic Science programme will provide you with advanced knowledge of the forensic processes (particularly chemistry and biology) and analytical techniques used in crime investigation. Read more

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