B.Sc. Anthropology with a Year in Europe (Hons)

University of Kent
En Canterbury (Inglaterra)

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Canterbury (Inglaterra)

Anthropology addresses the big question what makes us human? It is the study of human beings: how we evolved, why we live in different sorts of societies around the world and how we interact with one another and the environment. An anthropology degree can give you a new perspective on the human world, providing a depth of insight into social and cultural difference and giving you an understanding of the history and behaviour of your own species.

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¿Dónde se da y en qué fecha?

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01 septiembre 2016
CT2 7PE, Kent, Inglaterra
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Social Anthropology


Course Content

The course structure below gives a flavour of the modules that will be available to you and provides details of the content of this programme. This listing is based on the current curriculum and may change year to year in response to new curriculum developments and innovation. Most programmes will require you to study a combination of compulsory and optional modules, you may also have the option to take ‘wild’ modules from other programmes offered by the University in order that you may customise your programme and explore other subject areas of interest to you or that may further enhance your employability.

Stage 1

Possible modules may include:

  • Social Anthropology
  • Foundations of Biological Anthropology
  • Thinkers and Theories: An Introduction to theHistory and Development of
  • Skills for Anthropology and Conservation

You have the opportunity to select wild modules in this stage

Stage 2

Possible modules may include:

  • Methodology in Anthropological Science
  • Biological Anthropology: The Human Animal
  • Comparative Perspectives in Primate Biology
  • Advanced Social Anthropology I
  • Advanced Social Anthropology II
Year abroad

You spend a year between Stages 2 and 3 taking courses in anthropology at a university in France, Germany, Italy or Spain (where the courses are taught in the language of that country). Students are required to have obtained a Stage 2 average of 60% or above, before commencing their year abroad.

Possible modules may include:

  • Anthroplogy Year Abroad Mark One
  • Anthropology Year Abroad Mark Two
Stage 3

Possible modules may include:

  • Project in Anthropological Science
  • Sex Evolution and Human Nature
  • Human Osteology
  • Primate Behaviour and Ecology
  • Current Issues in Evolutionary Anthropology
  • Evolution of Human Diversity
  • Anthropology and Development
  • Social Computing
  • European Societies
  • Anthropology of Creativity
  • Evolutionary Genetics and Conservation
  • Southern Mediterranean Societies: Mashriq andMaghreb
  • The Ethnography of Central Asian Societies
  • The Anthropology of Business
  • From the Raw to the Cooked: The Anthropology of Eating
  • Palaeopathology
  • Ethnicity and Nationalism
  • Medicinal Plants: Home Remedy, Pharmaceutical, Illicit Drug
  • The Anthropology of Amazonia
  • Human Ecology
  • South East Asian Societies
  • The Anthropology of Health, Illness and Medicine
  • The Anthropology of Gender
  • Anthropology and Language
  • Culture and Cognition
  • Visual Anthropology Theory
  • Project in Visual Anthropology
  • Social Sciences in the Classroom