Anthropology Graduate Co-operative Education Program
In this program students gain work experience that complements their academic studies.
Students may complete the traditional two separate work term co-op program, or the three consecutive work term co-op internship.
Arrangements for work terms are made through the faculty’s co-op co-ordinator at least one term prior.
Supervisory committee recommendation and departmental graduate program committee approval to enter the co-op program is required.
Master of arts (MA) students in good standing, with a minimum 3.0 grade point average (GPA), may apply after satisfactory completion of the following courses, or equivalents, including
Guides students through the process of designing a prospectus for MA or PhD thesis research. Required course for MA and PhD students in Sociology and Anthropology. Students from other departments and faculties may enrol with permission of instructor. Offered each summer term. Prerequisite: SA 856 or permission of instructor.
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Examines different historical and contemporary perspectives from the body of social theory. Students from other departments and faculties may enroll with permission of instructor.
Examines the dynamic relationship among conceptual aims, social relations in research, and the socio-political contexts of anthropological work through close study of selected classical and contemporary works in anthropology. Students from other departments and faculties may enrol with permission of instructor.
Mo 5:30 PM – 9:20 PM
AQ 5067, Burnaby
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