The study of biological anthropology aims to understand human biology and behavior in the context of living humans, ancestral hominids and living non-human relatives. The field is inherently interdisciplinary, pushing students to learn flexible, critical thinking.
Master's Program in Biological Anthropology
2 Results in Biological Anthropology
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Gain advanced training in the theory and application of biological sciences in conjunction with supervised independent research culminating in a research thesis. Our students' ... +