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Advance knowledge and understanding of human diversity and adaptation - past, present, and future - while seeking answers to the most vexing issues and problems affecting our species and our planet.

Understanding What it Means to be Human – Celebrating Diversity

Located on Treaty 6 territory and the homeland of the Metis, the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology is a vibrant department of engaged students and scholars working to advance knowledge and understanding of human diversity and adaptation—past, present, and future—while seeking answers to the most vexing issues and problems affecting our species and our planet. Our mission is to conjoin extraordinary teaching and research to provide students with learning experiences that will contribute to their life-long intellectual and personal development.

What you will learn

Anthropology is the comprehensive study of human beings, past and present, in comparative, cross-cultural, and holistic light. Archaeology is a sub-discipline of Anthropology that focuses on the study of artifacts and other physical remains of past peoples in order to explore adaptation and cultural diversity over time. The Archaeology and Anthropology program at the University of Saskatchewan offers training that emphasizes the role of culture in past and present human behaviour and diversity, and that exposes students to human evolutionary, environmental, and social development and adaptation. The program demonstrates particular expertise in medical anthropology, environmental anthropology, applied (practicing) anthropology, anthropological archaeology, environmental archaeology, and bioarchaeology. We emphasize community-based and engaged learning, a commitment to reconciliation, and a broad disciplinary foundation in both anthropology and archaeology.


Government sector, working for departments such as health, environment, and cultural resources, social services.
Non-government, social services, and business sectors, working for a range of private companies and organizations focused on, for example:

  • research with Indigenous communities and agencies
  • social service delivery
  • social and cultural policy and program development and implementation
  • health and environmental issues
  • social and cultural impact assessment
  • counseling
  • urban planning

Education, as teachers, professors and researchers
Museum and archives curator

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College of Arts and Science

Pilihan kuliah

Online/Jarak jauh (Three or four year degree)

Biaya kuliah
CAD$18.040,00 (Rp 190.510.181) per tahun
Batas akhir pendaftaran

Direncanakan September 2020

Tanggal mulai

6 Januari 2020, 6 Mei 2020, 2 Juli 2020

Persyaratan masuk

Untuk mahasiswa dari Amerika Serikat

Applicants must complete High School diploma from a regionally accredited high school is required for admission to all programs. Students who have completed more than 18 credit units of transferable credit units from an accredited post-secondary institution,will be given admission based on their post secondary studies. Other English Language Requirements accepted: TOEFL score of at least 550 on the paper-based test and TOEFL (computer based) of 213 ; the Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic)with a minimum overall score of 59; Most recent official CAEL (Canadian Academic English Language) Assessment score of 60 or higher; A minimum score of at least 85 on the English Proficiency Test administered by the English Language Institute of the University of Michigan (MELAB); University of Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) with a minimum grade of C or higher.

Untuk mahasiswa internasional

Students are required to complete high school education (or equivalent) from the respective overseas country to eligible for early admission. For more details about grade average/specific admission criteria, please visit the university site.

IELTS (Academic) - Overall Band Score: 6.5

With minimum individual scores of Reading: 6, Listening: 6, Speaking: 6, Writing: 6.

TOEFL (institutional TOEFL not accepted) - Internet Based: 86

With minimum individual scores of Reading: 19, Listening: 19, Speaking: 19, Writing: 19.

CanTEST - 4.5

With minimum individual scores of Reading: 4.5. Listening: 4.5, Speaking: 4, Writing: 4.

CAEL - 70

With minimum individual scores of Reading: 60, Listening: 60, Speaking: 60, Writing: 60.

MELAB - 85

With minimum individual scores of Reading: 80, Listening: 80, Speaking: >=3, Writing: 80.

PTE Academic - Overall score of 63

With minimum individual skills scores of Reading: 59, Listening: 59, Speaking: 59, Writing: 59.

Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) - C with 65 score