Anthropology – Extend Option
Please note: This course is one of our Extend Options designed to be combined with other A Level programmes or BTEC Extended Certificate courses to make up a full timetable. If you are planning to study an A Level programme at Exeter College you will need to enrol on a four element programme, and cannot apply for this course on it’s own.
This Extend option is the study of humanity, concerned with human behaviour human biology, cultures, societies and linguistics. Suitable for learners studying a range of HLS subjects.
Further details coming soon.
- Course Type School Leaver
- Subject Area Humanities and Social Sciences
- Qualification Extend 🧩
- Study Mode: Full Time Only
- Course Level Level 3
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