Upper 2nd Class Honours degree or equivalent. For further information, please see our website.
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This course offers a unique opportunity to study the rich, global archaeological evidence of our earliest origins using Palaeolithic and Quaternary archives; students are trained in the practical analysis of Palaeolithic stone artefacts and encouraged to place this knowledge into a broad framework, based on current interdisciplinary research, enabling them to investigate the key questions in human evolution.
Assessment methods: This programme is divided into 180 credits. 105 credits are obtained from taught modules with the remaining 75 credits relating to the dissertation (25,000 words).
Modules: Analysis and interpretation of stone tools; contexts for human origins research; research skills; dissertation; plus archaeology or another optional module.
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