Skip to main content

BSc Psychology and Anthropology (CL86)

The BSc Psychology and Anthropology joint honours degree is designed to enable you to understand what it means to be human in our rapidly changing world, including why we, and other animals, behave as we do and our interactions with each other and other animals.

Durham’s Psychology and Anthropology Departments pride themselves on excellence in both teaching and research. The breadth of complementary research strengths across the two Departments means that you are guaranteed to be taught by staff who are actively engaged in the interaction of psychological and anthropological approaches, and are leading figures in their field of research.

Find out more about this course and apply


Two researchers analysing data at computer workstation

“This is a brilliant and unique course! Taught by world leaders, your understanding and perspectives on primates, human evolution, and human behaviour will be enriched in comparison to a straight Psychologist”

Mark Gill
BSc Natural Sciences: Psychology and Anthropology
This is the image alt text