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    i want to do a degree surrounding humans , by this i mean both the scientific and behavioral side. what degree courses cover such topics ?
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    Economics. You only see a persons real nature and true colours when money is on the line. =)

    On a slightly more serious note, Psychology?
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    (Original post by Humzaawan123)
    i want to do a degree surrounding humans , by this i mean both the scientific and behavioral side. what degree courses cover such topics ?
    Haha You sound like an alien.

    Just look in the mirror.
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    Physical and/or social anthropology would fit the bill pretty precisely.
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    (Original post by BitWindy)
    Physical and/or social anthropology would fit the bill pretty precisely.
    isn't anthropology just the behavioral side ?
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    (Original post by iAmanze)
    Economics. You only see a persons real nature and true colours when money is on the line. =)

    On a slightly more serious note, Psychology?
    lol, so true

    i thought about psychology but although it covers a lot of behavioral topics most the scientific topics are less about learning about the body and rather about learning about drugs and medicines.
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    http://www.ncl.ac.uk/undergraduate/d.../cc18/modules/ ? Would make logical sense :3
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    (Original post by Humzaawan123)
    isn't anthropology just the behavioral side ?
    That's social anthropology. As the name might suggest, physical anthropology is more focused on the 'science' (i.e. The genetic development of hominids)
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    (Original post by iAmanze)
    http://www.ncl.ac.uk/undergraduate/d.../cc18/modules/ ? Would make logical sense :3
    thanks so much it looks perfect, however i don't know how i feel about the compulsory zoology,botany and ecology topics
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    At least now you know the course name of something you're potentially interested in. Different universities have different course structures so you could check that out.
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    (Original post by Humzaawan123)
    i want to do a degree surrounding humans , by this i mean both the scientific and behavioral side. what degree courses cover such topics ?
    Human Sciences! Although you would be limited to the universities that offer it. Exeter, UCL, Oxford are the only ones I know of.
    http://www.exeter.ac.uk/undergraduat...humansciences/
    http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-stu...s/ubshscsing05
 
 
 
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