What does it mean to be human? Hint...it’s a lot more complicated than you think. Build a strong understanding of the evolution of humans, including the different ways we have adapted to environments and the biological processes that have contributed to t
- Hands-on experience studying real and cast human and primate skeletal remains from modern, medical and archaeological contexts to hone your skills in the identification and analysis of human and non-human primate skeletal materials
- Original research opportunities and practical lab experiences that develop your ability to work safely and effectively in a laboratory setting, manage and interpret scientific data.
- Diversify your skill set and increase your knowledge about the various methods, theories, materials and types of analysis that can be used to study human and non-human primates from both modern and archaeological contexts
- Build knowledge about the complex nature of human and non-human primate biology; in particular, how evolution, ecology, culture, social organization and biology interconnect.
- Hone your communication and research skills by disseminating and translating information gained through course readings, course work and original research into a variety of mediums for both a general and specialized audience.
- Public Health Officer
- Forensic Anthropologist
- Law enforcement
- Medicine (e.g., doctor, nurse)
- World Health Organization Health Assembly
- Research Technologist
Ontario Secondary School Requirements:
- Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)
- A minimum of six Grade 12 4U or 4M courses, including program specific prerequisites
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