Course Selection - What should I take?

 

Selecting UTM Anthropology courses to take in first year

Take the following three courses, which are required for all UTM Anthropology programs (updated for the 2020-21 academic year):

  1. ANT101H5 Introduction to Biological Anthropology and Archaeology
  2. ANT102H5 Introduction to Sociocultural and Linguistic Anthropology
  3. ISP100H5 Writing for University and Beyond: Writing About Writing

All registered UTM students are eligible to enrol in ANT101H5, ANT102H5, and ISP100H5.

About the new ISP100H5 course: Persuasive and effective writing is indispensable to a student's success at university and beyond. Employers prize the ability to communicate clearly and persuasively. ISP100H5 Writing for University and Beyond will help you to develop your capacity as a clear and persuasive communicator, giving you tools to succeed in our program and beyond!

 


Selecting UTM Anthropology courses to take in second, third and fourth year (and beyond)

The following may help you with your decisions:

Also for third and fourth year (and beyond):

Not all courses are offered every year. Check the UTM timetable for current offerings.


Stay on track

Make sure to use Degree Explorer to stay on track with your program and degree completion requirements. Degree Explorer is the University of Toronto's degree planning tool. Review your academic history, degree requirements or use the planner to determine how future course choices might meet your requirements.

Equivalent Courses

Check our Undergraduate Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for information on equivalent courses at St. George or Scarborough campuses.

Questions?

Visit our Undergraduate Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) if your question is about :

  • pre-requisites;
  • enrolment issues;
  • equivalent courses;
  • the new ISP100H5 writing course.

Request advice

If you want more information or assistance with planning your Anthropology course selection, you can request an appointment with the Undergraduate Advisor, or send an email during virtual drop-in hours.