UTM Anthropology offers strongly developed "hands on" Arts and Science undergraduate programs, with fieldwork, assignments, and labs directly related to methods and techniques that can be applied in future careers. You can combine our courses in many different ways to earn an Honours Bachelor of Arts or an Honours Bachelor of Science degree.
- Specialist, Major, and Minor programs offered
- Program enrolment requirements
- Program completion requirements
- Plan ahead to enrol in our programs
- Double majors
- Choosing your program
- What is the difference between a program and a field of interest?
Anthropology Arts undergraduate programs at UTM:
- Specialist Program in Anthropology (Arts) ERSPE1775
- Major Program in Anthropology (Arts) ERMAJ1775
- Minor Program in Anthropology (Arts) ERMIN177
Anthropology Science undergraduate programs at UTM:
- Specialist Program in Anthropology (Science) ERSPE0105
- Major Program in Anthropology (Science) ERMAJ0105
Note: A Minor Program in Anthropology (Science) is not offered.
View UTM Anthropology undergraduate program enrolment requirements on the UTM Academic Calendar. Please note that enrolment is limited in our Specialist and Major programs.
View UTM Anthropology undergraduate program completion requirements on the UTM Academic Calendar.
Use U of T's Degree Explorer tool to help you stay on track with fulfilling your program requirements.
Questions about the new ISP100H5 writing course requirement are answered on our Frequently Asked Questions page.
For incoming first-year UTM students:
All registered UTM students are eligible to enrol in ANT101H5, ANT102H5, and ISP100H5. These courses are required to enter all Anthropology Specialist and Major programs when you select your program of study after first year. We recommend that you take these courses in your first year of studies at UTM.
Visit UTM Future Students for information on applying to the University of Toronto Mississauga. All program areas require an Ontario Secondary School Diploma, or equivalent, with six Grade 12 U/M courses, or equivalent, including English.
UTM Anthropology undergraduate programs pair well with many other disciplines for double majors.
Are you trying to decide which UTM Anthropology undergraduate program to enrol in?
Anthropology is unique in that we offer both Arts (Social Science) and Science courses that can lead to an Honours Bachelor of Arts (HBA) or an Honours Bachelor of Science (HBSc) degree.
The following resources may help you with your decision when choosing your program:
- Become familiar with the various fields of interest offered by UTM Anthropology, and review recommended upper-level courses for each field.
- Learn about Anthropology Arts and Anthropology Science undergraduate programs at UTM.
- Review UTM Anthropology program requirements on the UTM Academic Calendar.
- Review HBA and HBSc degree requirements on the UTM Academic Calendar.
What is the difference between a program and field of interest (or subfield)?
- A program (or Subject POSt) is the Specialist (SP), Major (MA), or Minor (MI) you enrol in at the University of Toronto Mississauga.
- These programs count toward Honours Bachelor of Arts (HBA) or Honours Bachelor of Science (HBSc) degrees.
- You must fulfil program requirements in order to complete your program. Use Degree Explorer to help you stay on track.
Field of interest (or subfield):
- Think of your field of interest as your chosen area of interest within your Anthropology Arts or Science program (e.g. you may choose to focus on taking Archaeology courses while enrolled in an Anthropology Science Major or Specialist program).
- For students interested in further education such as graduate school or professional programs, your field of interest and upper-year courses become very important. Be sure to choose upper-level courses that are relevant to your graduate school applications.
- Fields of interest at UTM Anthropology include:
Do I have to focus on a specific field of interest within my Anthropology undergraduate program?
No, you don't have to focus on a specific field of interest. You may choose upper-level courses for Generalist Anthropology, which will give you a broad grounding in the various fields (for maximum career flexibility).
Visit UTM Future Students for information on applying to the University of Toronto Mississauga.
If you have questions about a UTM Anthropology undergraduate program, please check our Frequently Asked Questions page, and if your question is not answered there please contact the Undergraduate Advisor at email@example.com.