Our department offers two graduate programs: The 36-credit hour Master of Arts in Anthropology; and the 72-credit hour Doctorate in Sociology, for which students may apply whether or not they have obtained a master’s degree. Each year, we admit a total of 25-30 applicants into these highly competitive programs. Courses range from osteology, gender and crime, environmental sociology, social control and culture resource management to archaeological methods and social stratification.
We are strongly committed to supporting student research. We encourage our students to work with faculty and to present their original research at national and international conferences.
Our faculty are among the best in their fields, with research agendas that span the globe and investigate a multitude of complex phenomena in the human experience, both past and present.
M.A. in Anthropology
Choose your area of concentration: archaeology, biological anthropology or cultural anthropology. We prepare students to enter top-ranked Ph.D. programs and to find employment in a range of settings.
Administration of the Graduate Programs
Dr. John Millhauser, firstname.lastname@example.org, (919) 513-0284
Room 221, 1911 Bldg
Dr. Steve McDonald, email@example.com, (919) 515-9028
Room 343, 1911 Bldg
Michael Chapman, firstname.lastname@example.org, (919) 515-2670
Room 333A, 1911 Bldg