The Department of Archaeology & Anthropology offers graduate programs leading to the degree of Master of Arts in Anthropology. The Master's thesis program emphasizes two streams: medical anthropology and environmental anthropology, while the project-based program offers a concentration in practicing anthropology. Students wishing to register in the program should consult with the Head of the Department and the graduate advisor as early as possible in advance of the regular academic session. The graduate program has been designed to provide some flexibility in the choice of courses and research topics within the capacity of the department's resources. An applicant should hold a four-year honours degree, equivalent degree in anthropology or an academic discipline relevant to the proposed field of study. Students with Honours degrees in disciplines other than anthropology are encouraged to apply, but they may be required to do qualifying or additional course work
For more information on this field of study, see the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology website.