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SchoolSelkirk College
LocationCastlegar, BC, Canada
School TypeCollege
School SizeFull-time Undergraduate: 2,800
Length2 Year(s)
Entry Grade (%)*
  •  Grade12 English 
Prerequisites NotesAdmission to the program requires the completion of English 12 with a grade of "C" or better or written permission of the instructor and School Chair. Other prerequisites depend on the electives chosen to complete the program and should be determined with the advice of a Selkirk College counsellor. If you are a student who lacks the admission requirements, you may still gain entry to the program by taking a combination of upgrading and university courses in your first year. This may extend the length of your program.
International: $13,409
DescriptionIf you are someone who has wondered what does it mean to be human and why do humans behave the way they do, then anthropology is for you.

Anthropologists study humans and non-human primates. Anthropology is both a science and a social science, depending on the area of focus. Anthropologists study all peoples (and primates), in all places, throughout time. The difference between anthropology and other disciplines is the way anthropologists approach their studies: comparatively and holistically. At Selkirk College, the focus is more on the social science side of the discipline. There are seven, first and second-year anthropology courses at Selkirk College to choose from.

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