The Ph.D. Program in Cultural Anthropology

Globalization and International Development Specialization

Courses in Specialization - GLOBALIZATION AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Core Courses (6 hours)
    • ANTH 6384 - Global Issues and Development: An Overview

Then either:

    • ANTH 6304 - Migration, Ethnicity, and Nationalism

OR

    • ANTH 6305 - Applied Anthropology

 

  • Electives (21 hours). Any department course in cultural anthropology at the 5000 level or higher, including up to two semesters of Independent Study (ANTH 6351, 6352), and approved by your Advisor may be taken as Electives. These may include but are not limited to:
    • ANTH 5359 - Linguistics
    • ANTH 6305 - Applied Anthropology
    • ANTH 6316 or 6317 - Advanced Seminar in Ethnology: Any Globalization Topic
    • ANTH 6327 - Gendered Lives and Global Change
    • ANTH 6344 - Global Population Issues: An Anthropological Approach
    • ANTH 6346 - Environmental Anthropology and Development
    • ANTH 6351, 6352 - Independent Studies
    • ANTH 6390/6391 - Current Issues in Anthropology
    • WS 6300 - Advanded Feminist Theory