Take a First Year Anthropology Course at UTM
Our faculty share why you should take a first-year anthropology course at UTM! Get a quick overview of ANT101H5 Introduction to Biological Anthropology and Archaeology, and ANT102H5 Introduction to Sociocultural and Linguistic Anthropology. If you want to take one of our Specialist or Major programs, you should also enrol in ISP100H5 Writing for University and Beyond.
- Are you interested in pursuing an Anthropology Arts (HBA) or Anthropology Science (HBSc) program at UTM?
- Have you accepted an offer to study at the University of Toronto Mississauga?
- Are you thinking about what courses to take in your first year at UTM?
- Are you looking for an elective or distribution requirement course that will complement another program of study at UTM (for example, Biology, Psychology or Sociology)?
- Are you considering doing a double major including Anthropology at UTM?
Why should students choose a course in Anthropology when they start their studies at UTM? (0:54)
What Anthropology courses are offered for first year UTM students? (0:55)
What are some of the things you can study in higher years at UTM Anthropology? (1:16)
What prerequisites and preparation do UTM students need in order to enrol in a first year Anthropology course? (0:32)
Learn more about choosing your Anthropology courses, including enroling in ANT101H5 and ANT102H5, at the University of Toronto Mississauga.
Learn about ISP100H5 Writing for University and Beyond. This new course is required for UTM Anthropology programs for students who started their first year of studies at UTM in September 2020 or later.