The graduate student handbook is the key guide to the graduate program in our department. It contains the formal outline for the three PhD programs—sociocultural anthropology, archaeology, and biological anthropology—and describes the path to doctoral candidacy (ABD) for these degrees. The programs as described in chapters 3–5 govern the degree requirements for students entering the program after fall 2014. Students who entered the program prior to this date should consult the graduate handbook current at the date they were admitted to the program.
Additional chapters cover issues relevant to all students and potential students, including admissions, research and writing, IRB applications, degree completion, and student life.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Admission to the graduate program
Chapter 2: Graduate program overview
Chapter 3: Sociocultural Anthropology PhD
Chapter 4: Archaeology PhD
Chapter 5: Biological Anthropology PhD
Chapter 6: Research with human or animal subjects
Chapter 7: Dissertation research and writing defense
Chapter 8: Academic policies and resources
Chapter 9: Graduate assistantships
Chapter 10: Professionalization skills
Chapter 11: Student life
Chapter 12: Administrative Procedures