The department offers a master's degree in anthropology and an option in applied anthropology.
1. A bachelor's degree in anthropology; or
2. A bachelor's degree with 24 units of upper-division courses in anthropology, comparable to those required of anthropology majors at this University;
3. A B.A. degree in any field and other background appropriate to graduate study in anthropology. Students whose background in anthropology seems inadequate may be required to fulfill specific undergraduate deficiencies before admission to candidacy. Deficiencies will be determined by the departmental graduate advisor after consultation with the student and a review of the student's transcript records.
1. A minimum of 33 units of 400-level upper-division and graduate courses, of which 21 units must be at the 500-600 level in a program approved by the Graduate Advisor. These 33 units must include the following courses:
Take all of the following courses:
Take one of the following courses:
2. Up to 6 units of course work outside the Department of Anthropology may be included in the 33 unit total;
3. Competence in appropriate research skills. These may include: familiarity with computer languages and use of computers, or statistical training and facility, or a reading knowledge of a foreign language;
4. Either A) Comprehensive Examination, or B) M.A. Thesis.