Study Anthropology at UTM

What is Anthropology?

Anthropology is the study of humankind from its beginnings to the present day.  

Many disciplines concern themselves with the human, but only anthropology seeks to understand the whole panorama of human existence - in geographic space and evolutionary time - through comparative and holistic study.

Generalist Anthropology Archaeology Biological Anthropology Forensic Anthropology Anthropology of Health Linguistic Anthropology Sociocultural Anthropology Graduate Studies

Subfields of Anthropology at UTM

Studying Generalist Anthropology as part of your undergraduate Anthropology program at UTM will give you a broad grounding in the various subfields of Anthropology for maximum career flexibility.

If you wish to prepare for graduate studies or a specific career path, you may choose your courses to focus in a specific field. At UTM we offer courses in all four traditional subfields of Anthropology:

We also have strengths in:


Undergraduate Programs

We offer 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. Our programs pair well with many other disciplines, for students pursuing double Majors.

You can combine our courses in many different ways to earn an Honours Bachelor of Arts or Honours Bachelor of Science degree.

Learn more about Anthropology undergraduate programs at UTM.


Graduate Programs

The University of Toronto offers Masters and Doctoral programs in Anthropology. Our graduate programs are administered by the Department of Anthropology Graduate Program office on the St. George campus.

Learn more about Anthropology graduate programs at U of T.