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Honours Bachelor of Arts (Anthropology Major)/Bachelor of Education I/S (TB)

Six Year program

Prior to Entry into Professional Program
In concurrent Education programs at the Intermediate/Senior level, students must meet and complete requirements of the partnering Honours degree program including all Pre-Professional Program Education requirements. (See Concurrent Degree Programs Information for Education requirements)

Students must choose two teachable subjects. Anthropology courses listed as Science credits (Type C) may be counted toward a General Science teachable. See Department of Undergraduate Studies in Education, Levels and Teachables.

A student may enter, proceed in and graduate from the Honours BA program in accordance with stipulations of the University Regulations section and the Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies Faculty Regulations section of the Calendar. All course choices in fourth year must be approved by the Department of Anthropology.

Note: The Indigenous Content Requirement in the Anthropology programs is met by taking Anthropology 1034.

First Year:
(a) Anthropology 1032 and 1034
(b) Two FCE electives in teachable subject
(c) One half-course in a Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics)
(d) One FCE in English, French or Indigenous Language
(e) Education 1050

Second Year:
(a) Anthropology 2110, 2112, 2137, 2151, 2515, 2517
(b) One and one-half FCE electives
(c) Education 2050

Third Year:
(a) Two FCEs in Anthropology at the third year level
(b) One FCE in Anthropology
(c) One FCE in teachable subject
(d) One half FCE elective
(e) One half FCE Education elective (see Electives in the Department of Undergraduate Studies in Education Courses list)
Note: Concurrent Education students should check the timetable for Pre-Professional Program course offerings.

Fourth Year:
(a) Two FCEs in Anthropology at the fourth year level
(b) One FCE in Anthropology
(c) Two FCE electives

Honours Thesis. Students wishing to do an honours thesis (Anthropology 4901) in the fourth year of the HBA or the HBSc program must have a faculty advisor by March 1 of their third year and, by March 31, must (a) have a topic approved by the advisor, (b) submit a thesis proposal and (c) provide a preliminary bibliography of at least 20 appropriate references in a format approved by the advisor.

Fifth and Sixth Years (2-Year Professional Program):
Concurrent Education (Intermediate/Senior) requirements