||The Anthropology Department offers a Master of Arts (MA) program in socio-cultural anthropology, biological anthropology and archaeology. In socio-cultural anthropology, a range of geographical areas is covered, including Atlantic Canada, northeastern North America, Latin America, Oceania, and Southeast Asia. In biological anthropology, the focus is on medical anthropology, while in archaeology, the focus is the Maritime Provinces and adjacent areas of Canada and the United States. Students benefit from a small-group learning environment that facilitates intensive study of contemporary issues in anthropology.
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