The Major Concentration is especially appropriate for students who aim to take courses across several sub-disciplinary or topical concentrations within Anthropology, or for whom specialization is premature. There are no prerequisites for admission to the Major Concentration in Anthropology. Students are encouraged to take a course in quantitative methods (listed under the Honours program), but this course cannot count as part of this concentration.
Major Concentration in Anthropology (36 Credits)
Minimum number of Anthropology credits (unless otherwise stated)
Course selection for this concentration must satisfy the following requirements:
a. Core courses (350-level) 6 credits from among the following:
- ANTH 352 Hist of Anthropological Theory (3)
- ANTH 355 Theories of Culture & Society (3)
- ANTH 357 Archaeological Methods (3)
- ANTH 358 The Process of Anthro Research (3)
- ANTH 359 Hist of Archaeological Theory (3)
b. Complementary courses: at least 6 and no more than 12 credits at the 200-level
c. 400-level: 6 credits in Anthropology
d. Any level 18 credits in Anthropology (no more than 6 credits at the 200-level)
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