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This short course introduces the contribution of biological anthropology to the study of a forensic context.
At a glance
- 07 - 11 Dec 2020
- Duration5 days
- LocationCranfield campus
- Cost£1,750 Concessions available
What you will learn
- Examine the role of the forensic anthropologist
- Recognise, name and describe the bones of the human skeleton
- Differentiate human from non-human bones
- Estimate the sex, age-at-death, stature and ancestry from a skeleton
- Introduction to human skeletal anatomy, biomechanics, and forensic anthropology
- Bone and tooth identification and taphonomy.
- Human vs non-human bone
- Biological profile estimation (age-at-death, sex, stature, ancestry)
- Analysis of a human skeleton
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This course will be taught at Masters standard as it is one of the modules that comprise the postgraduate Forensic Modular Masters Programme. Registering for this Short Course For Credit and successfully passing the associated assessment will gain you 10 Cranfield credits. These could then be used to apply for a transfer towards a PgCert/PgDip or MSc in the Forensic Programme should you wish to complete one of these courses within 5 years.
AccreditationThe course is a module of the Forensic Modular Masters Programme, which is accredited by The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences.
Sponsored by company - £1,750
Individual (anyone paying for themselves to attend) - £875
Alumni/Current Student - £435
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