Programs:

Anthropology

Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Anthropology

Anthropology is the study of humans, past and present. We combine commitments to the exploration of archaeological, physical, and cultural aspects of human and social being through a range of approaches with the aim of enabling fuller understanding all aspects of humans.

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Degree Details

Master of Arts (M.A.)

Normally students are expected to have completed an undergraduate degree in anthropology (or have a degree with a significant anthropology component). Applicants must have clearly developed intellectual and research interests. MA applicants should have at least tentatively defined ideas for a thesis research project.

Areas of Research

  • Archaeology
  • Biological Anthropology
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Anthropolgy of Culture, Health and Disease
Length:
1 - 2 Years
Program Type:
Thesis
Program Options:
Full-Time
Typical Entry:
September
Typical Deadline:
Mid January

Degree Options

Master of Arts (M.A.)Degree Details

Length:
1 - 2 Years
Program Type:
Thesis
Program Options:
Full-Time

Doctorate (Ph.D.)Degree Details

Length:
4 years
Program Options:
Full-Time