SPECIALIST PROGRAM IN SOCIO-CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY (ARTS)

The Specialist Program in Socio-Cultural Anthropology is intended to provide the professionally oriented student with background preparation of sufficient breadth and depth to pursue specialized training at the graduate level. It is also designed to offer interested students a course structure as background for a wide range of occupations and professions. Students are encouraged to consult with the Undergraduate Counsellor regarding the selection of a course sequence appropriate to their interests and objectives. In exceptional circumstances, supervised research and reading courses are available at the C- and D-levels ( ANTC03H3, ANTD31H3). These courses require special arrangements prior to registration. Read the descriptions for these courses carefully as restrictions apply.

Program Requirements
The Program requires completion of 12.0 credits, as indicated below

1. 1.0 credit as follows:
ANTA01H3 Introduction to Anthropology: Becoming Human
ANTA02H3 Introduction to Anthropology: Society, Culture and Language

2. ANTB19H3 Ethnography and the Comparative Study of Human Societies

3. ANTB20H3 Culture, Politics and Globalization

4. 10.0 credits at the B-level or above, of which at least 5.0 credits must be at the C- or D-level, including at least 1.0 credit at the D-level. Students must ensure that as part of Requirement 4, they complete:
a. At least 1.0 credit in area studies courses: ANTB05H3, ANTB16H3, ANTB18H3, ANTB65H3, ANTC89H3, ANTD07H3
b. At least 0.5 credit in Ethnographic methods: ANTC70H3
c. At least 1.0 credit from among ANTD05H3, ANTD06H3, ANTD15H3, and ANTD24H3
d. Courses in Anthropological Linguistics may be counted towards fulfilling Requirement 4.

Note: ANTB19H3 and ANTB20H3 are prerequisites for C- and D-level courses in the Socio-Cultural Anthropology program.