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The Graduate Program in Anthropology at UC Davis

Graduate Studies in Anthropology

The UC Davis Department of Anthropology conducts a highly regarded graduate program leading to master's and doctoral degrees. Here you will find information about our Evolutionary Wing and Sociocultural Wing, subdisciplines from which to choose, advising, research opportunities, and more.

Evolutionary Program

Here you will find information about our Evolutionary Wing, sub-disciplines from which to choose, advising, research opportunities, and more.

Sociocultural Program

Here you will find information about our Sociocultural Wing graduate program, subdisciplines from which to choose, advising, research opportunities, and more.

How to Apply

Apply online for Admission to the Anthropology doctoral degree program.

Graduate Student Association

The Anthropology Graduate Student Association (AGSA) is an organization of Anthropology graduate students that represents their interests and provides an additional on-campus resource for graduate students.

Graduate Program Alumni

We in the Department of Anthropology are justifiably proud of the academic and career achievements of our alumni.

Student Funding and Financial Support

Anthropology graduate students may qualify for various means of financial support, including teaching assistantships, graduate student researcher positions and fellowships. Students who accept employment in these positions are awarded full registration fee remission paid by the university. This credit does not always include nonresident tuition fees.

Graduate Forms and Information

Useful Graduate Forms

Designated Emphases

Students in the Anthropology Doctoral Programs may declare a “designated emphasis” (D.E.) through any of seven programs that have established an affiliation with our department.