This Certificate will provide students with concentrated training in Bioarchaeology, the subdiscipline of Archaeology that focuses on the study of biological materials from archaeological sites, with a particular emphasis on skeletal remains (both human and non-human).
Note: Courses for which students have selected the CR/NCR option, cannot be used towards the completion of this Certificate
Students must be enrolled in either the Specialist or Major program in Evolutionary Anthropology.
Students must complete a total of 2.0 credits as follows*:
ANTB80H3 Introduction to Archaeology: Methods, Theories, and Practices
ANTC47H3 Human and Primate Comparative Osteology
ANTC48H3 Advanced Topics In Human Osteology
*Students must earn an average GPA of 2.7 across the four courses to be awarded the Certificate.