ANTH1013 - Methods and Techniques in Biological Anthropology

Term 1 & 2


A laboratory-based course designed as a practical introduction to biological anthropology. The course runs in parallel with ANTH1014: Introduction to Biological Anthropology. The course introduces methods of data collection and data handling, descriptive statistics and hypothesis testing. Subject areas include evolutionary theory, genetics, taxonomy, behavioural ecology, primate evolution, nutrition, anthropometry, demography, and resource use.


Taught by: TBA (new recruit)
Assessment: Lab book 33.3%, Scientific report 33.3%, Quizzes 33.3%
Student Contact Hours:
2 hour lab session per week
Prerequisites: Only available to Anthropology students.
Option Type:
Biological Anthropology

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