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Athabasca University

Programs

Undergraduate Program

Bachelor of Arts Degree – Anthropology Concentration
(3 years—90 credits)

Bachelor of Arts Degree – Anthropology Major
(4 years—120 credits)

Bachelor of Arts Degree – Anthropology Minor
(30 credits)

Graduate Program

Students who are interested in pursuing anthropology at the graduate level at AU are directed to the Master of Arts – Integrated Studies degree. In addition to the core courses that include an anthropological component, students may enrol in Ethnobiology, and Environment, Traditional Cultures and Sustainability, or in reading courses such as: History of Anthropological Theory, Language and Culture, Canadian Prehistory, Gender in Archaeology, and Archaeological Method and Theory. Advanced topical reading courses in areas can be offered in environmental anthropology, traditional knowledge, or other areas within the expertise of available professors.

Further information about courses and degree programs in Anthropology may be found in the Athabasca University Calendar.

Updated April 01 2016 by Student & Academic Services

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