|Description:||Our faculty members in the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology believe that study and research must be grounded in rigorous training, as well as in extensive field experience. This thesis-based degree provides that hands-on approach, with students benefiting from the university’s world-class field and lab investigations from Western Canada, the circumpolar North, Asia, Africa, Latin America, to the Caribbean. Research areas in this program include cultural heritage management, development of complexity, ethnoarchaeology, human-environment interaction, landscape, paleobotany, bioarchaeology, social identity and more.
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Cost shown is for the first year of studies.