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Applied Anthropology Graduate Major (MA, PhD, MAIS)

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College of Liberal Arts | School of Language, Culture, and Society


Graduate Areas of Concentration

MA in Applied Anthropology: Native Americans: past and present, biocultural medical anthropology, cultural resource management, globalization/localization, historic archaeology, language and cross-cultural communications, natural resources and communities. PhD in Applied Anthropology: Archaeology; Business, organization and work; ethnicity, culture and health; local values, indigenous knowledge and environment

The MA and PhD degrees in Applied Anthropology provide advanced education in anthropology that will prepare students to practice their skills in occupations in both public and private sectors at the local, national, and international levels. These courses of study integrate anthropological theory and practice within a specific concentration chosen by the student.



Electives will be drawn from university-wide graduate-level courses that complement core courses and courses chosen in one of the above concentrations.

MA Program Requirements

Core program (10–11)
Course work in major concentration (10–12)
Methods courses (3–4)
Minor credits from single or multiple schools or departments (15)
Demonstrated foreign or field language proficiency
Internship (6–12)
Research and thesis writing (6–12)

PhD Program Requirements (121)

Core program (18)
Course work in chosen concentration (18)
Minor area (18)
Methods course work (6–8)
Gender/ethnicity (3)
Seminar (1)

Thesis credits:
Comprehensive review (9)
Internship/Residency (12)
Dissertation (36)

Demonstrated proficiency in a foreign language

PhD Program Total=121 (includes course work completed for MA degree)

MAIS Degree

The school also participates in the Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies (MAIS) degree program. In other advanced degree programs, anthropology may be used as a minor. See the Graduate School for details.

 



Major Code: 8640

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