Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) degree in Anthropology
Ph.D. at a glance
The primary focus of the Ph.D. program is study of the prehistory, history and contemporary world of the people and cultures of the circumpolar North but have other specializations, particularly in bioanthropology that extend this focus (particularly to Asia). Most faculty have additional regional specializations outside the circumpolar region. Students may concentrate on any of the four subfields of anthropology.
Ph.D. students will further develop and demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of their subfield of concentration including its history, current theoretical perspectives, and research methodologies, as well as an in-depth understanding of topics directly related to their planned research project. They will furthermore be able to write fundable research proposals and produce professional reports, publishable papers, and books. Students will be able to independently design and conduct archival, laboratory and/or field research.
Current and prospective anthropology graduate students should also directly contact a member of the faculty that would potentially serve as a thesis advisor.
- Degree requirements
- Ph.D. graduate manual (Current Version: May 2023)
- Defense approval
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