Anthropology & Sociology

Trent University Durham GTA

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Program Summary

University
Trent University Durham GTA
Degree
Bachelor of Arts, BA
OUAC Program Code
RFA
Grade Range
70%
Experiential Learning
Not Available
Enrollment
200
Instruction Language
English
Notes
Gain the diversity of knowledge today's employers are looking for by studying and specializing in not 1, but 2 academic disciplines. Learn from renowned experts and researchers in one of the most highly regarded Anthropology programs in Canada. You’ll explore the extraordinary variability in human adaptation, organization and belief, discovering how the common circumstances we face unite us. At Trent, you can also get your hands dirty through our archaeological field schools in Greece, in Belize and right here in Ontario. Trent’s Sociology program engages students in understanding and acting on the consequences of social change. Gain first-hand research experience working with experts in the fields of aging, law, medicine, popular culture and sexuality, examining and exploring these topics in a supportive environment. You can also conduct original research with 1 of our award-winning faculty members as part of our research practica opportunities.