The student requirements for the UC Davis Graduate Program in Evolutional Anthropology include successful completion of preliminary and qualifying examinations, a specified curriculum, periodic progress reviews, and a dissertation that earns faculty approval.
The Evolutionary Anthropology Wing offers graduate students a choice among these five areas of specialization.
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.
We commend these Evolutionary Wing graduate students for their recent academic achievements.
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.