Stacy Camp in the Anthropology lab

M.A. Anthropology

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<h2>Advanced Study of Human Culture</h2>

This program provides the advanced graduate training and research you need to pursue a professional career in anthropology. Study general anthropology, archaeology, physical anthropology and ethnology, lead independent research and complete a thesis in your area of choice. Students have opportunities to work alongside faculty in the field and in the Laboratory of Anthropology.

Fast Facts

  • Professional experience gained through work on faculty research projects, in the Laboratory of Anthropology, and field schools.
  • Many students present at professional conferences and several have co-authored articles with faculty.
  • Many students obtained employment as anthropologists with government agencies and private contracting firms, and pursue Ph.D. programs.
Careers
Career
Careers
  • Scientific Research
  • Government
  • Cultural Resource Management
  • Consulting
  • International Development
  • Education
  • Forensics
  • Social Services
  • Human Rights and Environmental Organizations
  • Law
  • Medical Research and Public Health
  • Media
  • Tourism
  • Business
  • Public Relations
Salary $35,235 - $152,430 based on national averages
Degrees
Degree
Degree Roadmap

Download PDF of a Graduate Student Guide.  More information is available on the available on the Department of Sociology & Anthropology website.

Degree Prep

An undergraduate degree in anthropology is not required though is desirable. At least one course in statistics is also desirable.

Financial
Financial
Scholarships
  • Donald E. Crabtree Lithic Technology Scholarship
  • Lawrence Aripa Anthropology Scholarship
  • Jeff Markos Memorial Scholarship
  • Roderick Sprague Endowment in Anthropology
  • John Calhoun Smith Memorial Fund

There are also a limited number of TA positions are awarded through the department.
Financial Aid

To find out about deadlines, scholarships and eligibility requirements, please visit the University of Idaho Financial Aid Office.

Get Involved
Get Involved
Hands-On Learning

Graduate students work on faculty research projects, volunteer at the Laboratory of Anthropology, and work at field schools.

Clubs
  • Anthropology Club