Anthropology offers a specialization in Globalization, Culture and Power (7.5 credits in Anthropology) as part of the Bachelor of Global and International Studies (BGInS). It gives students substantial exposure to the main complementary aspects of globalization; large transnational movements and institutions on the one hand, and particular cultures, contexts, and struggles on the other. Click here for more information.
Anthropology also participates in the Global Development specialization (1.5 credits in Anthropology). You have to be a student in Global and International Studies to take these specializations. Click here for more information.
Please consult the Undergraduate Calendar for BGInS Honours Specialization in Globalization, Culture and Power Program Requirements and for BGInS Stream in Globalization, Culture and Power Program Requirements.
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