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Anthropology  Graduate Minor

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



Graduate Areas of Concentration

Applied cultural anthropology, biocultural evolution, cross-cultural communication, cultural resource management, general anthropology, historic archaeology, medical anthropology, natural resource and community development, prehistoric archaeology

The School of Language, Culture, and Society offers graduate work leading to a Master of Arts in Applied Anthropology. Areas of concentration within the applied program include applied cultural anthropology, biocultural evolution, cross-cultural communication, cultural resource management, general anthropology, historic archaeology, medical anthropology, natural resource and community development, prehistoric archaeology. The school also offers graduate work leading to a master of arts in interdisciplinary studies and participates as a minor field in other advanced degree programs. A variety of individualized programs are available within the MAIS framework.



Minor Code: 8600


 
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