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Anthropology is the study of people, and there are four sub-fields in this discipline:
1. Biological Anthropology is the study of humans across all time periods and all places. It includes the study of the emergence and evolution of humans and primates and seeks to understand modern human variation.
2. Archaeology is the study of ancient ways of life and cultures through the examination of the material people left behind, such as pottery, stone tools, bones of food animals, art and building foundations.
3. Socio-cultural Anthropology involves the study of social patterns and practices across cultures. It explores how people live in particular places and how they organize, govern, and create meaning.
4. Linguistic anthropology is the study of language and its use. The Department of Anthropology offers courses spanning the first three of the sub-fields of anthropology.
Students in the Anthropology program are required to take some courses in each area, to introduce the student to the whole field of anthropology. This emphasizes the holistic theory behind these ways of studying human development and culture.
Anthropology courses are a valuable part of a liberal arts education and provide a strong academic foundation for students proceeding to graduate studies or professional programs.
There are 3 options of this program: 3 years duration, 4 years duration and 4 year (Honours).
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High School Diploma or equivalent.
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