Ph.D. degree in Applied Anthropology Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the Ph.D. degree in Applied Anthropology, students will demonstrate:
Outcome 1: Knowledge: Substantive knowledge of the discipline, including theory, skills and research methods.
Outcome 2: Research / Scholarship: The ability to conduct original anthropological research that makes an original and substantial contribution to the knowledge of the discipline.
Outcome 3: Professional Experience: Experience in the practice and application of anthropological theory and methods outside of an academic setting.
Outcome 4: Ethical Conduct: Familiarity with appropriate ethical standards in anthropological research, teaching, and service.
Outcome 5: Teaching / Leadership: Effectiveness in teaching or providing leadership in anthropological theory, methods and skills in a classroom or fieldwork setting.