Anthropological methods applied to problems in the real world. Working in conjunction with communities, individuals and/or interdisciplinary teams, anthropologists focus on conducting research that is based on providing information to answer questions about global problems.
Examples of Applied Anthropology
- 2100: Methods & Ethics in Anthropology
- 2217: Forensic Methods & Analysis
- 2300: Archeological Methods
- 3301: Archaeological Methods for Cultural Resource Management + 3340: British Columbia Archaeology + 3361: Archaeological Field Studies
- 3150: Ethnographic Field Studies
- 3188: Visual Anthropology
- 3190: Non-Governmental Organizations in Practice (NGO and Nonprofit studies)
- 4510: Applied Research in Anthropology
More information on these courses can be found in the University Calendar Course Descriptions.