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First Year Course Enrolment 101!

First year course enrolment is set to begin July 21st (Check Acorn for your assigned start time)

Are you interested in learning more about anthropology @ UTM? I'm sure your first question might just be: what is anthropology?

Anthropology is the global and holistic study of human biology and behavior, and includes four subfields: biological anthropology, archaeology, sociocultural anthropology and linguistic anthropology. The material covered is directed to answering the question: What makes us human?

Hopefully that sparked your interest! Look no further, the Department of Anthropology offers courses that introduces you the field. Side note: These courses might just bring out your inner anthropologist and propel you to pursue the program and anthropological research further!

ANT101H5 Introduction to Biological Anthropology and Archaeology

ANT102H5: Introduction to Sociocultural and Linguistic Anthropology

ISP100H5: Writing for University and Beyond: Writing About Writing

Have questions for an upper year about their experience in anthropology or any courses? Reach out to us at, and stay tuned throughout the fall semester for more information about student programming, and opportunities.

For all questions related to academic advising, and course enrolment: reach out to the Office of the Registrar.

To do so visit:

Click Book Appointment>Sign In (UTORid/JOINid)>Connect with us> Fill in your response.


For additional Information visit these student resources:

Please review the program entry requirements in the Academic Calendar under “List of Program Areas > Anthropology" to ensure you satisfy the requirements when you are eligible to select a subject POSt.

UTM Timetable for course offering:

UTM Anthropology Department Info on Course Selection:

UTM Head Start Program:

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