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Boost your career level with our Biological Anthropology Training | Study the extinct domain of ancestors and related non-human primates | Broaden your evolutionary perspective | Get equipped with the use techniques of Archaeology to find remains of skeletons of our ancestors from the distant past | Understand the importance of the interplay of biology and culture for shaping human diversity | Prepare well for many exams and avail to many job opportunities.

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About the Biological Anthropology Course

Biological Anthropology Course

Henry Harvin® provides a Training course in Biological anthropology. Biological Anthropology studies human biological variation and evolution. This course seeks to document and explain the patterning of biological variation among contemporary human populations and trace the evolution of our lineage through time in the fossil record. It provides a comparative perspective on human uniqueness by placing our species in the context of other living primates. 

Biological Anthropology has an Interdisciplinary Domain. Hence, this course will give you comprehensive knowledge about various subjects. 

Gain knowledge of the subjects such as:

  • Anthropology
  • Anatomy
  • Biology
  • Human Biology
  • Zoology 
  • Humanities
  • Social Sciences
  • Natural Sciences

Job Prospects

  • Anthropologist
  • Archaeologist
  • Biologist
  • Historian
  • Museum Administrator
  • Advisor
  • Consultant
  • Lecturer
  • Professor
  • Teacher
  • Zoologist

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  • Training: 294 Hours of Two-Way Live Online Interactive Sessions
  • Projects: Facility to undergo projects in Osteology, Forensic Anthropology, Dental Anthropology & more
  • Internship: Get Internship Support to gain experiential learning
  • Certification: Get course completion Certification of Biological Anthropology Course from Henry Harvin® Govt of India recognized & Award-Winning Institute, and showcase expertise
  • Placement: 100% Placement Support for 1-Year post successful completion of the course
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  • Masterclass: Access to 52+ Masterclass Sessions for essential soft skill development
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  • Membership: 1-Year Gold Membership of Henry Harvin® Biotechnology Academy for the Biological Anthropology Course

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  • They have delivered 350+ keynote classes for the Biological Anthropology Course
  • Have delivered 400+ lectures and are currently empaneled as domain experts with Henry Harvin® Biotechnology Academy

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  • Avail 1-Year Gold Membership of Henry Harvin® Biotechnology Academy that includes E-Learning Access through recorded Videos, Games, Projects, CPDSPe Studies
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  • Earn the Prestigious Henry Harvin®️ Alumni Status and become one of the reputed 4,60,000+ Alumni across the globe.
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  • Weekly 10+ job opportunities offered.
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Learning Benefits

  • Access to E-Learning Portal
  • Learn from the latest Industry trend Curriculum
  • Earn globally recognized Certification
  • Work on real-time Assignments related to Biological Anthropology
  • Learn basic and advanced Fundamentals of Anthropology
  • Gain mastery over other subjects with this interdisciplinary discipline
  • Discover broad range of career paths in government, business and academia, and others
  • Understand the role of our evolution in determining social hierarchy
  • Effectively adapt to environmental stresses
  • Focus on the comparative study of the past, present and future of human life from a biological point of view
  • On completion of the course, become eligible for various Job Roles

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Curriculum For Biological Anthropology Course

  • Module 1: Introduction to Biological Anthropology

    Understand the definition and scope of biological anthropology Learn about the history and key figures of the field Understand the interdisciplinary nature of biological anthropology
    • Definition and Scope of Biological Anthropology
    • History of Biological Anthropology
    • Interdisciplinary Nature of Biological Anthropology
  • Module 2: Human Evolution

    Understand the principles of evolution Learn about the major events in human evolution Understand the fossil record and how it informs our understanding of human evolution
    • Principles of Evolution
    • Major Events in Human Evolution
    • Fossil Record in Human Evolution
  • Module 3: Genetics and Human Variation

    Understand the principles of genetics Learn about the genetic basis of human variation Understand how genetics and environment interact to shape human variation
    • Principles of Genetics
    • Genetic Basis of Human Variation
    • Genetics-Environment Interactions in Human Variation
  • Module 4: Primatology

    Understand the principles of primatology Learn about the behavior and social organization of primates Understand the relationship between primates and humans
    • Principles of Primatology
    • Behavior and Social Organization of Primates
    • Primate-Human Relationship
  • Module 5: Skeletal Biology and Osteology

    Understand the principles of skeletal biology and osteology Learn about the skeletal system and bone structure Understand how the skeletal system informs our understanding of human biology and evolution
    • Principles of Skeletal Biology and Osteology
    • Skeletal System and Bone Structure
    • Skeletal System in Human Biology and Evolution
  • Module 6: Forensic Anthropology

    Understand the principles of forensic anthropology Learn about the role of forensic anthropology in criminal investigations Understand how skeletal remains are used to determine age, sex, and ancestry
    • Principles of Forensic Anthropology
    • Role of Forensic Anthropology in Criminal Investigations
    • Determining Age, Sex, and Ancestry from Skeletal Remains
  • Module 7: Human Growth and Development

    Understand the principles of human growth and development Learn about the physical and cognitive changes that occur across the lifespan Understand how these changes are influenced by genetics and environment
    • Principles of Human Growth and Development
    • Physical and Cognitive Changes Across the Lifespan
    • Genetics and Environment in Human Growth and Development
  • Module 8: Dental Anthropology

    Understand the principles of dental anthropology, Learn about dental anatomy and tooth development, Understand how dental characteristics are used to determine age, sex, and ancestry
    • Principles of Dental Anthropology
    • Dental Anatomy and Tooth Development
    • Determining Age from Dental Characteristics
    • Determining Sex from Dental Characteristics
    • Determining Ancestry from Dental Characteristics
    • Dental Anthropology in Biological and Forensic Anthropology
    • Dental Anthropology in Archaeological Investigations
    • Dental Anthropology and Biomedical Research
    • Dental Pathology and Health
    • Dental Occlusion and Malocclusion
    • Dental Anthropology and Evolutionary Biology
    • Dental Anthropology and Human Diversity
  • Module 9: Human Biocultural Adaptations

    Understand the concept of biocultural adaptation Learn about the ways in which humans have adapted to their environments Understand the role of culture in shaping human biology and behavior
    • Concept of Biocultural Adaptation
    • Human Adaptations to Different Environments
    • Culture and Human Biology/Behavior
  • Module 10: Anthropological Archaeology

    Understand the principles of anthropological archaeology Learn about the methods used in archaeological research Understand the role of archaeology in reconstructing human history and evolution
    • Principles of Anthropological Archaeology
    • Archaeological Research Methods
    • Archaeology in Reconstructing Human History and Evolution
  • Module 11: Biological Anthropology and Public Health

    Understand the connection between biological anthropology and public health Learn about the ways in which biological anthropology informs public health policies and interventions Understand the importance of cultural competence in public health practice
    • Connection between Biological Anthropology and Public Health
    • Biological Anthropology and Public Health Interventions
    • Cultural Competence in Public Health Practice
  • Module 12: Human Migration and Dispersal

    Understand the principles of human migration and dispersal Learn about the different theories and models of human migration Understand the genetic and cultural consequences of human migration
    • Principles of Human Migration and Dispersal
    • Theories and Models of Human Migration
    • Genetic and Cultural Consequences of Human Migration
  • Module 13: Primate Evolution and Conservation

    Understand the principles of primate evolution and conservation Learn about the threats to primate populations and their habitats Understand the role of conservation efforts in primate preservation
    • Principles of Primate Evolution and Conservation
    • Threats to Primate Populations and Habitats
    • Conservation Efforts in Primate Preservation
  • Module 14: Human Behavioral Ecology

    Understand the principles of human behavioral ecology Learn about the ecological and social factors that shape human behavior Understand the relationship between human behavior and reproductive success
    • Principles of Human Behavioral Ecology
    • Ecological and Social Factors in Human Behavior
    • Human Behavior and Reproductive Success
  • Module 15: Human Skeletal Growth and Development

    Understand the principles of human skeletal growth and development Learn about the factors that influence skeletal growth and development Understand how skeletal development is used to determine age in forensic and archaeological contexts
    • Principles of Human Skeletal Growth and Development
    • Factors Influencing Skeletal Growth and Development
    • Skeletal Development and Age Determination
  • Module 16: Human Adaptations to Disease

    Understand the principles of coevolution between humans and pathogens, Identify the genetic and immunological factors that influence disease susceptibility and resistance, Explore the cultural and behavioral adaptations that humans have developed to cope with infectious diseases
    • Coevolutionary Theory of Infectious Disease
    • Genetic Adaptations to Infectious Disease
    • Immunological Adaptations to Infectious Disease
    • Cultural Adaptations to Infectious Disease
    • Behavioral Adaptations to Infectious Disease
    • Epidemiology and Disease Ecology
    • Human-Pathogen Interactions and Disease Dynamics
    • Public Health Implications of Human Adaptations to Disease
  • Module 17: Human Evolutionary Genetics

    Understand the principles of human evolutionary genetics Learn about the genetic evidence for human evolution Understand the implications of human genetic diversity for health and disease
    • Principles of Human Evolutionary Genetics
    • Genetic Evidence for Human Evolution
    • Human Genetic Diversity and Health/Disease
  • Module 18: Primatology

    Understand the principles of primatology Learn about the behavior and ecology of different primate species Understand the role of primatology in understanding human evolution and behavior
    • Principles of Primatology
    • Behavior and Ecology of Different Primate Species
    • Primatology and Understanding Human Evolution/Behavior
  • Module 19: Human Nutrition and Evolution

    Understand the principles of human nutrition and evolution Learn about the ways in which human diet has evolved over time Understand the implications of modern diets for human health and disease
    • Principles of Human Nutrition and Evolution
    • Evolution of Human Diet
    • Modern Diets and Human Health/Disease
  • Module 20: Anthropology of Health and Illness

    Understand the principles of the anthropology of health and illness Learn about the ways in which culture shapes health and illness beliefs and practices Understand the importance of cultural competence in healthcare delivery
    • Principles of the Anthropology of Health and Illness
    • Culture and Health/Illness Beliefs and Practices
    • Cultural Competence in Healthcare Delivery
  • Module 21: Forensic Anthropology

    Understand the principles of forensic anthropology Learn about the methods used in forensic anthropology investigations Understand the role of forensic anthropology in identifying human remains
    • Principles of Forensic Anthropology
    • Methods in Forensic Anthropology Investigations
    • Identification of Human Remains
  • Module 22: Human Brain Evolution

    Understand the principles of the anthropology of health and illness Learn about the ways in which culture shapes health and illness beliefs and practices Understand the importance of cultural competence in healthcare delivery
    • Principles of Human Brain Evolution
    • Evidence for Brain Evolution in the Fossil Record
    • Brain Evolution and Human Behavior/Cognition
  • Module 23: Biological Anthropology and Ethics

    Understand the ethical considerations in biological anthropology research Learn about the principles of informed consent and confidentiality in research Understand the implications of biological anthropology research for human rights and social justice
    • Ethical Considerations in Biological Anthropology Research
    • Informed Consent and Confidentiality in Research
    • Biological Anthropology Research and Human Rights/Social Justice
  • Module 24: Human Dental Anthropology

    Understand the principles of human dental anthropology, Learn about the ways in which teeth provide information about diet and behavior, Understand the role of dental anthropology in forensic and archaeological investigations
    • Principles of Human Dental Anatomy
    • Dental Development and Eruption
    • Tooth Morphology and Function
    • Dental Microwear and its Interpretation
    • Dental Pathology and Health
    • Dental Anthropology in Forensic Investigations
  • Module 25: Primate Evolution

    Understand the evolutionary history of primates, Identify key morphological and behavioral adaptations that distinguish primates from other mammals
    • Early primate evolution
    • Adaptive radiation of primates
    • Human evolution and primate diversity
  • Module 26: Forensic Anthropology

    Understand the role of forensic anthropology in medico-legal investigations, Identify skeletal remains and estimate age, sex, and ancestry
    • Basics of forensic anthropology
    • Osteology and bone identification
    • Analysis of skeletal remains
  • Module 27: Ethnobiology

    Understand how different cultures interact with their environment and the living organisms within it, Identify the importance of traditional ecological knowledge and its conservation
    • Traditional ecological knowledge
    • Human-plant interactions
    • Human-animal interactions

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