If you are interested in studying the genes, physiology, and behaviour of humans and other primates through a biological lens, then this certificate program could be for you. Gain hands-on experience through a variety of exciting fieldwork options.
How to apply
Apply for this certificate program after completion of 30 units at SFU. Other requirements may apply; consult the Calendar.
The world is changing rapidly and you have no way of knowing the full range of career opportunities available to you in the future. Graduates of this program may end up in a range of occupations, including these:
- Archaeologist (human remains specialist)
- Community/public health worker
- Epidemiology survey research assistant
- Forensic identification specialist
- Lab assistant/technician in medical/health sciences, physiology/anatomy, nutrition, or genetics
- Museum technician/curator/educator (human remains specialist)
- Zoological park/garden keeper/educator/conservationist/curator (primate specialist)
- May also lead to careers as medical imaging technician, physical therapist, health care specialist, biomedical engineer, medical scientist, doctor, dentist, nurse, higher-education instructor, or research scientist.