Gain global perspectives and deeper insight into human relationships through our undergraduate programs and enriching fieldwork opportunities.
Develop your knowledge and skills in anthropological theory, research methods, and ethnographic work, with strengths in archaeology, socio-cultural anthropology, museum and visual anthropology, and linguistic anthropology.
Studying anthropology gives you the framework to better understand our relationships with one another and our communities. It is an engaging field that offers insight into what it means to be human in different cultural and historical contexts. This holistic appreciation of cultures and relationships is a valuable tool, whatever your career path.
- African Studies
- Art History, Visual Arts and Theory
- Asian Studies
- Canadian Studies
- Classical and Near Eastern and Religious Studies
- Cognitive Systems Program
- Critical Studies in Sexuality
- First Nations and Endangered Languages Program
- First Nations and Indigenous Studies
- Health and Society
- International Relations
- Indigenous Foundations
- Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality & Social Justice
- Latin American Studies
- Law and Society
- Museum of Anthropology
- Museum Studies
- Program in the Study of Religion
- Science Studies Program
- Urban Studies