ANT491H1: Internship in Anthropology


This course is an opportunity to apply acquired knowledge in anthropology or archeology in a work placement environment. Opportunities may include local community organizations, international development organizations, museum or heritage projects, or media production projects. Only internships that require knowledge and skills in anthropology and/or archeology will be considered. Student must fulfill responsibilities of the internship as well as complete a final research paper. If qualified, the student’s internship supervisor will mark the final paper for the course; if not, an appropriate academic supervisor will be assigned from within the Dept. of Anthropology. Restricted to students in a Specialist or Major program in Anthropology. Not eligible for CR/NCR option. Instructions on how to obtain an application form are posted on the following website: The application form should be submitted at least one week prior to the beginning of classes.

14.0 credits, 3.0 credits in Anthropology
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