|School:||University of Toronto – Mississauga|
|Field of Study:||Anthropology
|Description:||What is anthropology? Derived from the Greek anthropos (human) and logia (study), anthropology is the study of humankind from its beginnings to the present day. Nothing human is alien to anthropology. Indeed, of the many disciplines that concern themselves with humans, only anthropology seeks to understand the whole panorama of human existence — in geographic space and evolutionary time — through comparative and holistic study.
Our programs focus on the four traditional subfields of anthropology: biological, archaeological, socio-cultural and linguistic. We also have strengths in forensic anthropology (which includes human biology, archaeology and ethnohistory). Our faculty studies a broad array of topics that range from the exploration of ancient pyrotechnologies in South Asia to the study of rainmaking, gender and ritual in Tanzania; from the structures of social interaction and the co-ordination of language, gesture and gaze in the Caribbean to the use of plants in ancient China; from information in Iroquoian pottery to signatures and citizenship in contemporary India; from the relationship between genetics and human evolution to research related to crime scene investigation.
|URL:||Anthropology (HBA) at University of Toronto – Mississauga|
|Cost per year:*||
The cost listed is effective for the 2018-2019 academic year
|Grade for Entrance Previous Year (%)*||75 to 79|
These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
Grade 12 Biology is recommended. Applicants are required to have an average of mid to high 70s.