* A master's degree is only attainable as part of the doctoral program, not as a standalone master's degree.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
College of Arts and Sciences
Fall Term: December 15
MEDIAN TIME TO DEGREE
The University of Oregon’s Department of Anthropology offers the doctor of philosophy (PhD) degree with a concentration in one of three subfields: archaeology, biological anthropology, or cultural anthropology.
While graduate students choose one subfield on which to focus their studies, many follow an interdisciplinary path that bridges between subfields, as well as to different disciplines.
This approach is encouraged in our department, which is distinctive in its commitment to the integration of the anthropological subfields via five areas of expertise and focus.
The goal of virtually all the students in our graduate program is to obtain a PhD in preparation for an academic career in research/teaching or for a career as a professional anthropologist doing applied work.
Application at a Glance
You apply for admission through your program. Detailed instructions are available on the program’s website.
UO Application Requirements
- Official Transcripts
- English Language Proficiency Requirement for International Applicants
- Financial Verification for International Applicants
Program-Specific Application Requirements
- GRE (UO Institution Code: 4846)
- Letters of Recommendation
- Statement of Purpose
- Writing Sample