Humans are varied and dynamically changing sets of biological individuals – adaptable, but also vulnerable, to ever-changing circumstances. The biological anthropology courses encompass physical anthropology, primatology, palaeoanthropology and human biology, including human genetics and the study of human adaptation, health, nutrition and demography. You can undertake research in primatology, human evolution, animal domestication, bioarchaeology and palaeopathology and indigenous health and demography.
First Semester 2019 commencement – Postgraduate International
Due to high demand for our programs, applications direct to ANU for commencement in First Semester 2019 (February intake) are now closed.