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PhD Anthropology

The Anthropology program is offered by University of Arizona.

Quick Facts

 
Full-time Duration: 1 year
Starting in: August
Tuition Fee: $10,063 per semester
Location: Tucson, United States

The candidate for the doctorate must show a broad factual and theoretical background in the fields of anthropology, an authoritative knowledge of a special field of research, a thorough grasp of research methods, and good critical judgment.

Each student in the doctoral program will be advised by a major advisor and other faculty members representing the student’s major and minor foci of study.

Completion Requirements

The minimum unit requirement is 36 units in the major and 12 to 15 units in the minor. Unit requirements for minors outside of Anthropology are set by the minor field department. An additional 18 units will be devoted to preparing the dissertation. A minimum of 30 units must be taken in residence.

Courses included:

  • Anthropology
  • History of Anthropological Theory

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