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.
- 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.