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Future Students

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Cultural & Linguistic Anthropology

Ancient ruins with lots of steps in a jungle on a sunny morningIf you have a strong interest in the field of anthropology, the emphasis in Cultural & Linguistic Anthropology is a great way to enhance your Honours degree. This emphasis also pairs well with a range of related social science and interdisciplinary programs.

Courses

To earn this emphasis, you will need to fulfill the requirements of an Honours degree in the Social Sciences in addition to successfully completing the following 6.0 credits:

  • 3.0 ANTH credits from ANTH 2001H, 2002H (2000Y), 2010H, 2020H, 2311H, 2312H (2310Y), 3991H (3990Y), or 3992H (4160Y)
  • 3.0 ANTH credits from ANTH 3007H, 3010Y, 3020H, 3030H, 3080H, 3090H, 3160H, 3210H, 3230H (3241H), 3260H, 3270H, 3290H, 3511H (3510Y), 3700H, 3740H, 3745H, 3746H, 3748H, 3780H, 3820H, 4090H, 4100H, 4260H, 4290H, 4750H, 4760H, 4770H, 4800H, 4820H, or 4830H
  • At least 1.0 of the above credits must be at the 4000 level
  • If you are granted departmental permission and written approval of the chair in advance, you may include a reading course, special topic course, or thesis in cultural or linguistic anthropology as one of the 6.0 credits toward the emphasis.

Program Coordinator

A. Meneley, BA (McGill), MA, PhD (New York) 705-748-1011 ext. 7329 ameneley@trentu.ca