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  • Choose your path
    Choose your path

    You'll have enormous flexibility in meeting the demands of an ever-changing labour market.

  • Unearth new opportunities
    Unearth new opportunities

    There are numerous routes that an anthropology degree can take you.

  • Find your focus
    Find your focus

    Anthropologists approach their studies comparatively and holistically.

Program At-A-Glance

Length of Study: 
Up to two years
Accreditation: 
Associate Degree or Flexible Pre-Major
Campus: 
Castlegar

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Selkirk College Reyna Brown

Hamilton College’s Slocan Narrows Archaeological Project has returned to the shores of the Slocan River bringing post-secondary students from across the continent to excavate and document history uncovered in a cluster of First Nations pithouses.

Getting the right start at Selkirk College is exactly what Haley Seven Deers accomplished over the last two years in the School of University Arts & Sciences where she arrived as a 16-year-old who was homeschooled. In September, the young scholar will move to Kelowna where she will have the opportunity to complete her undergraduate degree with help from a $20,000 entrance scholarship.

Getting the right start at Selkirk College is exactly what Haley Seven Deers accomplished over the last two years in the School of University Arts & Sciences where she arrived as a 16-year-old who was homeschooled. In September, the young scholar will move to Kelowna where she will have the opportunity to complete her undergraduate degree with help from a $20,000 entrance scholarship.

What Students Say

Haley Seven Deers
I highly recommend that everyone take at least one course in Anthropology during their studies at Selkirk College; it will have a deep and lasting influence on personal and professional lives alike.
Haley Seven Deers - University Arts & Sciences graduate 2017
Instructor Lori Barkley's approach is balanced, informed by both book learning and more practical experience, and most importantly, open to challenge. I've always left her classes feeling like my critical thinking skills were being exercised, as opposed to simply regurgitating information.
Shane Giofu - Liberal Arts Diploma in Creative Writing, with Honours, 2017
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Anthropology was an integral part of my academic experience at Selkirk. Not only was it one of the few classes that truly prepared me for university, but it also broadened my awareness of the complexities of human life in both the real world as well as the academic, a piquing of interest that ultimately lead me to a degree in History with a minor in Creative Writing.
- Julia Caceres