Anthropology involves studying the diversity of human societies through comparative analyses. Anthropologists develop tools that contribute to identifying and exploring a variety of social, cultural, political, economic, environmental and other important issues. Anthropology is unique among disciplines because of its methodological approach, which involves in-depth qualitative field work. Our specialized programs in social and cultural anthropology enable students to better understand and analyze cultural changes and intercultural relations in the context of globalization, development, migration and new technologies.
Programs are offered in English and in French.
The table below includes only discipline-specific courses. Please refer to the Academic Regulations for information on including a minor to your degree.
|ANT 1101||Social and Cultural Anthropology||3 Units|
|ANT 2121||Classical Theories in Anthropology||3 Units|
|3 course units from:||3 Units|
|Contemporary Japanese Society|
|Anthropology of Latin America and the Caribbean|
|Anthropology of Oceania|
|Anthropology of Africa|
|Anthropology of South Asia|
|Anthropology of the Maghreb and the Middle East|
|15 optional course units in anthropology (ANT)||15 Units|
|6 optional course units in anthropology (ANT) at the 3000 or 4000 level||6 Units|