In our Anthropology program, you'll explore how people in different places and times have fun, conduct business, solve disputes, resist exploitation and find meaning in life.
You'll develop an intercultural understanding of how people relate to one another and to the world around them. You'll gain practical experience that translates into the flexible skills needed in today's world.
You'll have the option to select two of the following courses:
The Greatest Party in the World: Cultures and Celebration
Money Makes the World Go Around: Cultures of Consumption
Money Makes the World Go Around
Invitation to Archaeology
Introduction to Global Studies
Studying Popular Culture
Religions of the Americas: Indigenous, African and European
Introduction to Sociology I: Critical Foundations
Introduction to Women and Gender Studies
In addition, you'll choose 4.0 elective credits in courses that interest you. For detailed information, visit Program Requirements.
We encourage applicants of all academic backgrounds to apply.
Visit our admission requirements section to find specific requirements for international curriculums, other Canadian curriculums, transfer students and more.
There are a few popular academic opportunities which allow you to dive deeper into your major area of study or broaden your knowledge:
Check out other options to enhance your degree.
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