anthropology is where science and culture meet

In an increasingly technological and global world, having human-centred scientific and cultural knowledge is a critical asset.

"The program challenged me to take a holistic perspective and see the links between everything. It made me recognize that, for example, one cannot hope to understand people's health needs or experiences without accounting for their economic, social issues, and political ones." 
-Amal: Senior Economist at the Ministry of Finance

Careers by area of interest

At UTM you can focus your undergraduate studies on a subfield of Anthropology for specific career paths or graduate studies.

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Skills applied in the real world

Learn how UTM Anthropology HBA and HBSc graduates apply their skills in their careers and further education paths.

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Graduate job titles 

Graduates of UTM Anthropology HBA and HBSc programs work in a diverse and exciting range of career areas.

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Student career goals

Students share how Anthropology at UTM is helping them to achieve their career goals.

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Build your resume

View skills you can acquire and develop through studying Anthropology at UTM.

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Anthropology associations

Canadian and American associations for anthropology and specific subfields.

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Career and graduate school advising

Do you have questions about career or further education opportunities?

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Let's Talk About Health

Medical Anthropologist Dr. Madeleine Mant interviews health experts.

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More career resources

Articles, links, and podcasts of interest.

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Speech-Language Pathology as a career

Dr. Mant interviews Speech Pathologist Lucia Crespo as part of the "Let's Talk About Health" career information video series!