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Bachelor of Arts - Anthropology

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Bachelor's Degree

- 2 years at RDC
- 2 years at most universities

Main Campus
The Program

For a general discussion of the B.A. program, click here.

Anthropology is the study of humankind and the human experience from its beginnings to the present day. RDC special interests include Archaeology, Cultural and Biological Anthropology, Human Evolution, Latin American Ethnography, Anthropology of Technology, Ancient Civilizations, Ancient Mesoamerica and Central America.

Program Content

The below schedule is a general pattern that transfers to the University of Alberta, the University of Calgary, and the University of Lethbridge. Check the Alberta Transfer Guide for transfer credit information.

Suggested Year 1 Pattern

  • ANTH 200 & ANTH 201 (6 credits)

  • ENGL 219 & ENGL 220 (6 credits)

  • Open Options (15 credits)

  • Science Option (3 credits)

Suggested Year 2 Pattern

  • Refer to Academic Advising Planning Guides.


Visit RDC’s Course Catalogue/Timetable to read detailed course descriptions.

University Transfer Program

RDC offers the first two years of the Bachelor of Arts program. For the most current university program and transfer information, see the Planning Guides.