The Department of Anthropology offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Anthropology and a 1 year MA degree in Medical Anthropology with a Certificate in Global Health. Whether you’re studying for a Master’s or a Doctorate, you have numerous options for specialization and concentration: medical anthropology, international health, psychological anthropology. The department also offers combined programs with the School of Nursing and the School of Medicine, including a joint program in Public Health.
Master’s requirements described are in effect for students entering in Fall 2018 and later.
- Click here for program description and information for prospective students
- Requirements for the Master of Arts Degree
- Requirements for the ONE-YEAR Master of Arts Degree in Medical Anthropology and Global Health
- Requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy Degree
Over the years, graduate student enrollment reflects a continual commitment to academic strength within the department.
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