KU Anthropology: Graduate Programs

Overview of Ph.D. Program in Anthropology

Our graduate program consists of 19 faculty members and about 70 graduate students. We have an eclectic group of student who have come to Kansas from all over the World. The program focuses on a cohesive graduate student body that allows students to work together in furthering their educational goals while gaining the skills they will need in their chosen field.

With a comprehensive approach in Anthropology, students are trained across a broad range of topics with special emphasis placed on the subdisciplines of:

  • Archaeology
  • Biological anthropology
  • Sociocultural anthropology
  • Linguistic anthropology

The Ph.D. is tailored to the needs of individual students within each subdiscipline and stress intensive one-on-one discussions between students and their advisers.

THE NEXT APPLICATION REVIEW WILL BE JAN. 5, 2018 FOR FALL 2018 ADMISSIONS.


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