Anthropology - (B.A. Double Honours) - Major 2

Double Honours Programs may be taken in combinations of two subjects. In this program at least 36 credit units will normally be taken in each subject.  For further details, please see the Academic Information and Policies section.

The Department requires that all Honours students consult with the Departmental Undergraduate Advisor in establishing the students' fields of specialization within anthropology because this consideration is important in choosing suitable upper‑level courses within the department and suitable cognate courses offered by other departments.

Students choosing Anthropology as Major 1 or Major 2 may only count a maximum of 6 credit units of course work toward both Anthropology and the other discipline, with the exception of Archaeology in which all eligible courses may be double counted. (For example, students may choose to pursue a Double Honours in Anthropology and Psychology, in which case a maximum of 6 credit units of PSY courses may be counted in the Anthropology requirements and again in the Psychology requirements.)

Of the requirements listed in Major 2, some courses (usually 6 credit units) may be used to fulfill Requirements 1 to 5 of Major 1. If this happens, the result will be that the number of Open Electives in Requirement 7 will be increased accordingly to continue to require a total of 120 credit units for the Double Honours degree.

The major average for Anthropology as Major 2 will be calculated using the grades earned in all ANTH and all courses listed in the program requirements.

Students must complete at least two-thirds of the Major 2 program requirements (to the nearest highest multiple of 3 credit units) from the University of Saskatchewan to meet the mandatory residency requirement.

Requirements (36 credit units)