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The Major concentration is especially appropriate for students who aim to take courses across several sub-disciplinary or topical concentrations, and for whom specialization is premature. There are no prerequisites for admission to the Major Concentration 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.

Complementary Courses (36 credits)

200 Level

6 credits selected from 200-level courses in Anthropology.

ANTH 201 (3) Prehistoric Archaeology
ANTH 202 (3) Socio-Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 203 (3) Human Evolution
ANTH 204 (3) Anthropology of Meaning
ANTH 206 (3) Environment and Culture
ANTH 207 (3) Ethnography Through Film
ANTH 208 (3) Evolutionary Anthropology
ANTH 209 (3) Anthropology of Religion
ANTH 212 (3) Anthropology of Development
ANTH 214 (3) Violence, Warfare, Culture
ANTH 222 (3) Legal Anthropology
ANTH 227 (3) Medical Anthropology

Core (350 Level)

6 credits, from the following Core courses (350 level) :

(Note: These are restricted to students in any Anthropology program with U2 standing or above.)

ANTH 352 (3) History of Anthropological Theory
ANTH 355 (3) Theories of Culture and Society
ANTH 357 (3) Archaeological Methods
ANTH 358 (3) The Process of Anthropological Research
ANTH 359 (3) History of Archaeological Theory

Areas

6 credits selected from Area courses:

Ethnography

ANTH 304 (3) Chinese Culture in Ethnography and Film
ANTH 306 (3) Native Peoples' History in Canada
ANTH 309 (3) Prehistory of Northern Europe
ANTH 322 (3) Social Change in Modern Africa
ANTH 326 (3) Anthropology of Latin America
ANTH 327 (3) Peoples of South Asia
ANTH 329 (3) Modern Chinese Society and Change
ANTH 337 (3) Mediterranean Society and Culture
ANTH 338 (3) Native Peoples of North America
ANTH 340 (3) Middle Eastern Society and Culture
ANTH 416 (3) Environment/Development: Africa
ANTH 422 (3) Contemporary Latin American Culture & Society
ANTH 436 (3) North American Native Peoples
ANTH 500 (3) Chinese Diversity and Diaspora

Archaeology

ANTH 305 (3) Arctic Prehistory
ANTH 307 (3) Andean Prehistory
ANTH 309 (3) Prehistory of Northern Europe
ANTH 317 (3) Prehistory of North America
ANTH 319 (3) Inka Archaeology & Ethnohistory
ANTH 330 (3) Traditional Whaling Societies
ANTH 331 (3) Prehistory of East Asia
ANTH 335 (3) Ancient Egyptian Civilization
ANTH 345 (3) Prehistory of Africa

400 Level

6 credits, two 400-level Anthropology courses.

Undergraduate Level

12 credits of additional undergraduate-level Anthropology courses of which no more than 6 credits may be at the 200 level.