For Bachelor of Commerce
What makes us human? Whether it’s our past, present, or future, anthropology asks essential questions about human variation, adaptation, and cultural diversity. Learn to recognize and respect human diversity and use your understanding of cultural differences in a globalizing world by exploring topics such as social inequality, material culture, human evolution, language, and the application of anthropological skills to contemporary human challenges. Gain hands-on experience, conduct research projects, and go into the field. Anthropologists work in a wide variety of careers, including professional archaeology, forensic science, market research, language revitalization projects, medicine, government, intercultural education, and climate change responses.
Students must complete 100-level ANTH prerequisites.
|Select 6 credits from the following:||6|
|Introduction to Archaeology|
|Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology|
|Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology|
|Introduction to Biological Anthropology|
|Select 3 credits from the following:||3|
|Ethnography of Mediterranean Peoples|
|Introduction to Indigenous Peoples in Canada|
|Peoples and Cultures of Mesoamerica|
|Peoples and Cultures of South America|
|Select 6 credits of 300 or 400-level ANTH||6|