Masters thesis anthropology

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And the research options are boundless for students accepted into this thesis-based program, boasting both a socio-cultural stream (anthropology and militarization, medical anthropology, sustainability, urban anthropology) and a biological anthropology stream (conservation, human osteology, population genetics, primatology, paleoanthropology). Andrea Kruse (Supervisor: Phil Geib). Thesis: Lithic Analysis of an Early Archaic Assemblage on the Great Plains: The Spring Creek Site Sara Anderson (Supervisor: Carrie C. Heitman). Thesis: Humeri Spatulate Tools Associations and Function in Chaco Canyon, NM Ryan Matrisan (Supervisor: Phil Geib). Thesis: OSL and Ceramic Analysis at the Humphrey Site Anna Dempsey-Alves (Supervisor. The graduate program in Anthropology offers three tracks for the MS Degree: MS Thesis, MS Non-Thesis Applied Track, and MS Non-Thesis Doctoral Pre-Proposal Option. All tracks require 36 hours of course credit, normally completed in 4 semesters.

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Step 1: Identify a thesis topic and select a faculty committee. Submit MA Form #1 to the Graduate Director. Step 2: Enroll in ANTH Thesis. You must submit MA Form #2 to the Graduate Director prior to the start of the Step 3: Schedule a Thesis Defense. Once you have completed your thesis. Overview. The online master's program offered by UNT's Department of Anthropology was created to serve students who are unable to attend an on-campus master's program due to geographic, work and/or family constraints. Among other groups, we hope to attract students with diverse backgrounds who have been historically underrepresented in anthropology. Andrea Kruse (Supervisor: Phil Geib). Thesis: Lithic Analysis of an Early Archaic Assemblage on the Great Plains: The Spring Creek Site Sara Anderson (Supervisor: Carrie C. Heitman). Thesis: Humeri Spatulate Tools Associations and Function in Chaco Canyon, NM Ryan Matrisan (Supervisor: Phil Geib). Thesis: OSL and Ceramic Analysis at the Humphrey Site Anna Dempsey-Alves (Supervisor.

Master's Degree // Purdue College of Liberal Arts
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List of 34 Anthropology Thesis Topics

And the research options are boundless for students accepted into this thesis-based program, boasting both a socio-cultural stream (anthropology and militarization, medical anthropology, sustainability, urban anthropology) and a biological anthropology stream (conservation, human osteology, population genetics, primatology, paleoanthropology). Overview. The online master's program offered by UNT's Department of Anthropology was created to serve students who are unable to attend an on-campus master's program due to geographic, work and/or family constraints. Among other groups, we hope to attract students with diverse backgrounds who have been historically underrepresented in anthropology. The graduate program in Anthropology offers three tracks for the MS Degree: MS Thesis, MS Non-Thesis Applied Track, and MS Non-Thesis Doctoral Pre-Proposal Option. All tracks require 36 hours of course credit, normally completed in 4 semesters.

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And the research options are boundless for students accepted into this thesis-based program, boasting both a socio-cultural stream (anthropology and militarization, medical anthropology, sustainability, urban anthropology) and a biological anthropology stream (conservation, human osteology, population genetics, primatology, paleoanthropology). Overview. The online master's program offered by UNT's Department of Anthropology was created to serve students who are unable to attend an on-campus master's program due to geographic, work and/or family constraints. Among other groups, we hope to attract students with diverse backgrounds who have been historically underrepresented in anthropology. The graduate program in Anthropology offers three tracks for the MS Degree: MS Thesis, MS Non-Thesis Applied Track, and MS Non-Thesis Doctoral Pre-Proposal Option. All tracks require 36 hours of course credit, normally completed in 4 semesters.

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Overview. The online master's program offered by UNT's Department of Anthropology was created to serve students who are unable to attend an on-campus master's program due to geographic, work and/or family constraints. Among other groups, we hope to attract students with diverse backgrounds who have been historically underrepresented in anthropology. Andrea Kruse (Supervisor: Phil Geib). Thesis: Lithic Analysis of an Early Archaic Assemblage on the Great Plains: The Spring Creek Site Sara Anderson (Supervisor: Carrie C. Heitman). Thesis: Humeri Spatulate Tools Associations and Function in Chaco Canyon, NM Ryan Matrisan (Supervisor: Phil Geib). Thesis: OSL and Ceramic Analysis at the Humphrey Site Anna Dempsey-Alves (Supervisor. The graduate program in Anthropology offers three tracks for the MS Degree: MS Thesis, MS Non-Thesis Applied Track, and MS Non-Thesis Doctoral Pre-Proposal Option. All tracks require 36 hours of course credit, normally completed in 4 semesters.