Bachelor's Degree Program


Picture yourself working as an anthropologist, immersing yourself in a different group or society’s daily activities and learning about its way of life—be it in a far-off island or a city like your own. It is a journey that can start right here!

The study of anthropology gives you a deep, useful, cross-cultural understanding of human beings. You will gain powerful and sometimes surprising insights into the way we humans across the globe organize and understand our lives. What are “different cultures”? How can we learn to understand power relations in various societies? We approach such questions by looking at patterns and changes and comparing them. This leads us to think about the ways we position ourselves in the world and our environments.

Sample Courses

  • Anthropology of Death
  • Anthropology of Language
  • Anthropology of Gender
  • Anthropology of Violence and Conflict
  • Posthumanist Anthropology

Career Opportunities

Graduates with a degree in anthropology find success, among others, as consultants, economic analysts, urban planners, teachers, project managers, human rights and environmental advocates, government officials, and writers.

Quick Facts

Program: Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology Bachelor of Arts Honours in Anthropology
Length: 4 years
Offered Through: University of Regina Campion College First Nations University of Canada Luther College
Faculty: Faculty of Arts
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