Anthropology is about understanding people – in different places, at different times, and from different angles. Anthropology is exciting, provocative, fascinating, and useful.
When you choose anthropology at the University of Windsor, you'll be welcomed into a tight-knit academic community. You will benefit from faculty expertise on gender, social change, and social justice, as well as migration and diaspora, human-animal relations, critical development studies, forensic anthropology, human skeletal biology, politics and policy, food security, and the changing world of work. You will learn valuable skills for analyzing diverse cultures, and understanding human development, multiculturalism, and the social environment, locally, nationally, and around the globe. You will have valuable opportunities to apply your knowledge and skills.
An Anthropology degree is excellent preparation for careers in public service, non-government organizations, international agencies, the education sector, and museums, in Canada – one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world – and beyond. Anthropology prepares you for the world.