Biological anthropologists (formerly known as physical anthropologists) study the fossil remains of our past and living human ancestors, the living primates, as well as the adaptation of living humans to different environments.
- BSc / BSc Honours in Anthropology
- Minor in Anthropology
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A unique place to study
We offer a wide range of courses on primate behaviour, evolution, ecology, cognition and conservation. The department has a laboratory with casts of fossils from the earliest primates through to modern humans.
Through field schools and projects, we encourage research to gain experience outside of the classroom. Our commitment to long-term research is a hallmark of our understanding of the populations and environments we study.