Anthropology

Anthropology seeks a broad comprehension of the human experience, through time and space, and asks the most enduring question, "What does it mean to be human?"  Anthropology draws connections from studies of our hominid ancestors, living primates, and early human populations, to contemporary social and cultural formations.  The Anthropology program focuses on cultural anthropology while providing exposure to the three other fields that make up the modern discipline: archaeology, biological anthropology and linguistics. Students who plan to major in anthropology should consult the Head of the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology or the Undergraduate Advisor concerning their choice of courses.

Major Average

The major average in Anthropology programs includes the grades earned in:

  • ANTH 111.3 and ARCH 112.3
  • All ANTH and all courses listed in the Major Requirement B6.

Residency Requirements in the Major

To receive a degree in Anthropology, students must complete at least two-thirds of the following coursework (to the nearest highest multiple of 3 credit units) from the University of Saskatchewan.

  • ANTH 111.3 and ARCH 112.3
  • Minimum requirements in Major Requirement B6.

See Residency for additional details.

Bachelor of Arts Four-year (B.A. Four-year) - Anthropology

Bachelor of Arts Three-year (B.A. Three-year) - Anthropology

Bachelor of Arts Honours (B.A. Honours) - Anthropology

Bachelor of Arts Double Honours - Anthropology - Specialization 1

Double Honours - Anthropology - Specialization 2

Anthropology - Minor

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