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Sociology - Anthropology - MA

Program Overview

The graduate program in sociology and anthropology equips students with a thorough grounding in the theory and research methods of both disciplines. Over two years of study, the program offers a unique opportunity for students to conduct original fieldwork-based research amidst an intellectually stimulating environment. Its longstanding tradition of combining scholarship with a commitment to social, economic, and political justice makes the program a dynamic environment for learning and research. 

The program accepts qualified applicants from a variety of academic and professional backgrounds especially those who are talented and interested in acquiring alternative and critical perspectives on society and politics.  

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Degrees and Admission Requirements

Students wishing to pursue the MA program in Sociology-Anthropology should meet the minimum academic, language and admission requirements set by AUC.


In addition to the fellowships and scholarship opportunities that are managed by the dean of graduate studies, some funding opportunities are particularly relevant to students interested in the MA in Sociology-Anthropology, including:

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