Admission to graduate study involves acceptance by the University as well as the department or college in which the applicant expects to study. Final admission to the University is subject to approval by the department or college. While there are minimum University admission requirements, the Anthropology Department sets specific admission procedures and standards. Links below will direct you to information for both.
Required documents, deadlines and admission policies for graduate programs may be found on this general graduate admissions page. This also includes conditional admission information.
In addition to general University requirements, students seeking the M.A. in Anthropology must meet the requirements listed in the catalog. These requirements can include such items such as recommendation letters, writing samples, and GRE scores.
Students who would like to be considered for the 3-year full-ride assistantship in Public Archaeology must also submit a statement of interest. Award of this assistantship may occur as early as February.
Finally, you can follow the graduate admission application procedures to apply for the program online.