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There are four main streams to choose from as an undergraduate student at the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology:

Social and cultural anthropology

Social and cultural anthropology questions the perceived wisdom, shared assumptions and values of cultures from around the world. > More

Biological anthropology

The Bachelor of Science program is biological and evolutionary in its approach to the study of our species, our ancestors, and our nearest primate relatives.
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Archaeology is the study of human life and activities in past cultures through examination of material remains, such as pottery and bones that are excavated from sites where people once lived. > More

Development studies

Development studies is about social, economic and political change. It examines issues such as poverty, hunger, environment, and governance, both in Canada and around the globe.
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