Professional Master programme in Bioarchaeology, Paleopathology and Forensic Anthropology - 8271

Code 8271
Academic Year 2016-2017
Subject area Sciences and technology
Campus Bologna
Level First
Director Maria Giovanna Belcastro
Duration Annual
Teaching methods Conventional
Language Italian
Cost 6.000,00 €
Application deadline

Jun 27, 2016 (Expired)

Enrollment start and end from July 7, 2016 al 1 August 2016
Main Department
Department of Biological, Geological, and Environmental Sciences - BiGeA
Professional Profile
The Professional Master's Programme aims to train Physical and Forensic Anthropologists. Anthropologists can work in archaeological fields in contact with Universities, Superintendencies, Museums and all organisations working in the study and enhancement of human skeletal remains, performing specific analyses and investigations.
Number of participants
Min: 8 Max: 15
Admission qualifications
Three-year degrees pursuant to DM 270/04 in the following classes: (L-10) Literature; (L-13) Biological Sciences; (L-1) Cultural Heritage Sciences; (L-32) Sciences and Technologies for Nature and the Environment; (L-43) Technologies for the Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage or other three-year degrees in equivalent subjects, including those obtained under previous degree systems (DM 509/99 and the older degree systems "Vecchio Ordinamento").
b) Second and single cycle degree pursuant to D.M. 270/04 in the following classes: (LM-2) Archaeology; (LM-6) Biology;(LM-11) Conservation and Restoration of Historical/Artistic Heritage; (LM-41) Medicine and Surgery; (LM-46) School of Dentistry; (LM-60) Nature Sciences or second or single cycle degrees in equivalent subjects, also under previous degree programme systems (DM 509/99 and the older degree systems "Vecchio Ordinamento").
Linguistic skills
Knowledge of the English language is required
Selection criteria
Admission to the Professional Master's Programme is subject to the positive assessment of the candidates' curriculum and an exam
Selection date
Jun 29, 2015
Place of teaching
University of Bologna, University of Milan and University of Pisa
Compulsory attendance
16 CFU/etcs