The Bachelor of Science program in Bioarchaeology at the University of York is an innovative and interdisciplinary program that combines the principles of biology, archaeology, and anthropology to study past societies. This 3-year degree provides students with a comprehensive understanding of bioarchaeological fundamentals such as osteology, forensic science, genetics, and archaeological evidence. Students will also gain hands-on experience through laboratory work and field trips where they can apply their knowledge to investigate the lives of past populations. Graduates from this program are well prepared for careers in research laboratories or cultural heritage organisations working on projects ranging from excavation analyses to genetic studies. They may also pursue further studies leading towards advanced degrees such as Master's or Doctoral programs in Bioarchaeology or other related fields like Anthropology, Archaeology, Genetics, or Paleontology allowing them to become experts within their chosen field while making meaningful contributions towards uncovering the secrets of our past.