Anthropologists are no longer found only in far off and exotic locations; they now work in government, private industry, law enforcement, and non-profit organizations, to name just a few. The unique skills and perspectives that an Anthropology degree provides is an understanding about how we are all shaped by the cultural, social, political, and historical contexts in which we live. Employers identify critical thinking, communication, and problem solving as the most important skills they look for in university graduates. An Anthropology degree emphasizes these important skills, improves your knowledge about cultural differences, and provides a broad understanding of the experience of being human.
We offer a 4-year Honours BA and a 3-year BA in Anthropology, with a wide-range of courses in Cultural Anthropology, Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, and the Anthropology of Health. Use the links below to see a list of courses offered this year, degree requirements, and opportunities for undergraduate students to be involved with faculty research.
UPDATE ON JULY 21, 2015: We currently have seats available in some of our courses. If you're interested in enrolling, please contact Eszter Bell at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 905-525-9140 x. 24423.
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