This certificate will provide students with detailed knowledge of skeletal and dental anatomy in humans and related taxa from diverse perspectives, as well as a solid understanding of the evolutionary processes that led to that anatomy.
Successful completion of an undergraduate degree with a CGPA of 3.0 with a Major or Specialist in any science discipline is required to enrol in the certificate program. Students who have previously completed courses identified as requirements or options in the Certificate can substitute up to 1.0 credit in previously completed courses for the Certificate requirements. Students are not eligible for admission to the Certificate if they have already completed more than 2.0 credits of the included courses (or their equivalents from other universities).
Students must complete 3.0 credits as follows:
Students seeking to complete the certificate who have not completed ANTA01H3 and ANTA02H3 will be assessed for admission to ANTB14H3 and/or ANTC17H3 based on their background. In particular, students whose undergraduate degree included Biology courses will normally be permitted to take ANTB14H3 and ANTC17H3 without the prerequisite(s).