Evolutionary Anthropology (Extension Curriculum)

The aim of the “Evolutionary Anthropology” extension curriculum is to provide students who are not studying biology or anthropology with knowledge in the areas of evolution, human biology and evolutionary anthropology.

Students acquire knowledge of the basics of evolution, especially human evolutionary biology, the basics of human biology, optionally social biology and biological gender research, as well as applied anthropology, from forensic and virtual anthropology to questions of research ethics and statistical methods.

The students can therefore use aspects of biological evolution, human biological research from anatomy and physiology to application-oriented aspects of evolutionary anthropology in their respective scientific disciplines and expand the knowledge acquired in the respective subject with a scientific approach.

Extension curriculum

Degree programme code: 301

15 ECTS credits

Language: German

Curriculum (in German)

About the extension curriculum

This EC can be chosen by all students who are not studying biology.

Particularly recommended for students of

  • Antiquity Sciences 
  • Classical Archaeology
  • Egyptology
  • Prehistory and Historical Archaeology

Questions about the extension curriculum:

Faculty of Life Sciences

 Insight into the content of the extension curriculum

In u:find - the course directory - you will find the courses of the current semester.

With the extension curriculum ...

Master Access Guide

The Master Access Guide provides information about which bachelor's degree program - in combination with which extension curriculum - allows entry into which master's degree program. Find out what options are available to you with the combination of your chosen bachelor's degree and extension curriculum.