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Course Overview

Learn how to make a genuine difference in your life by taking our popular Forensic Anthropology Course. Our commitment to online learning and our technical experience has been put to excellent use within the contents of these educational modules. By enrolling today, you can take your knowledge of Forensic Anthropology to a whole new level and quickly reap the rewards of your study in the field you have chosen.

We are confident that you will find the skills and information that you will need to succeed in this area and excel in the eyes of others. Do not rely on substandard training or half-hearted education. Commit to the best, and we will help you reach your full potential whenever and wherever you need us.

Please note that Forensic Anthropology Course provides valuable and significant theoretical training for all. However, it does not offer official qualifications for professional practices. Always check details with the appropriate authorities or management.

Learning Outcomes

  • Instant access to verified and reliable information
  • Participation in inventive and interactive training exercises
  • Quick assessment and guidance for all subjects
  • CPD accreditation for proof of acquired skills and knowledge
  • Freedom to study in any location and at a pace that suits you
  • Expert support from dedicated tutors committed to online learning

Your Path to Success

By completing the training in Forensic Anthropology Course, you will be able to significantly demonstrate your acquired abilities and knowledge of Forensic Anthropology. This can give you an advantage in career progression, job applications, and personal mastery in this area.

Is This Course Right for You?

This course is designed to provide an introduction to Forensic Anthropology and offers an excellent way to gain the vital skills and confidence to start a successful career. It also provides access to proven educational knowledge about the subject and will support those wanting to attain personal goals in this area. Full-time and part-time learners are equally supported and it can take just 20 to 30 hours to gain accreditation, with study periods being entirely customisable to your needs.

Assessment Process

Assignments relating to Forensic Anthropology will be given to all students and must be completed to pass the course successfully.

Course Curriculum

Section 01: Course outline
Course outline 00:05:00
Section 02: The field of Anthropology
What is Anthropology? 00:01:00
Introduction to Anthropology 01:08:00
Section 03: Forensic Anthropology
Forensic Anthropology 00:01:00
Role of Forensic Anthropology 01:05:00
Section 04: Human Osteology
Human Osteology 00:01:00
Supplemental bone identification video lecture 00:02:00
Section 05: Comparative Osteology
Comparative Osteology 02:15:00
Supplemental comparative osteology video lecture 00:04:00
Section 06: Estimation of sex from skeletal remains
Estimating sex from skeletal elements 00:05:00
Estimating sex from human remains PowerPoint 03:00:00
Section 07: Estimating age at death from skeletal remains
Estimating age at death from skeletal remains 00:01:00
Estimate age at death PowerPoint 02:45:00
Supplemental age estimation video lecture 00:04:00
Supplemental age estimation video lecture number 2 00:02:00
Section 08: Estimating stature, BMI, and MNI
Estimating Stature, BMI, and MNI 00:01:00
Estimating stature, BMI, and MNI PowerPoint 00:35:00
Section 09: Estimating ancestral affiliation
Estimating ancestry 00:02:00
Estimating ancestry PowerPoint 01:35:00
Supplemental ancestry estimation video lecture 00:04:00
Section 10: Analyzing bones for trauma
Analyzing trauma 00:01:00
How does trauma present on the skeleton; Projectile trauma 03:05:00
Sharp force trauma 00:40:00
Blunt force trauma 01:05:00
Supplemental trauma analysis video lecture 00:05:00
Section 11: Writing it up!
Writing it up! How to produce a professional report 00:01:00
Writing it up PowerPoint presentation 00:45:00
Section 12: Ethical Considerations
Ethical considerations 00:01:00
Physical anthropology code of ethics 00:55:00
Forensic anthropology code of ethics 00:10:00
Ethical code for human rights work 07:55:00
Section 13: Exercise Answers
Sex estimation exercise key 00:15:00
Age estimation exercise key 00:05:00
Ancestry estimation exercise key 00:15:00
Bone identification exercise key 00:15:00
Trauma exercise key 00:20:00
Section 14: Textbooks
Supplemental textbook recommendations video 00:02:00
Assignment – Forensic Anthropology Course 00:00:00


Forensic Anthropology
  • 1 year
  • Number of Units38
  • Number of Quizzes0
  • 1 day, 4 hours

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