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Anthropology AB/Anthropology MA

Anthropology Double Dawgs Program

Training in Anthropology provides students with critical, creative, and globally-based thinking skills that prepare them for a variety of careers in the 21st century. Our dual A.B./M.A. program combines the value of the anthropological approach of our A.B. program with specialized training in the M.A. program in Ecological and Environmental Anthropology. An M.A. degree in Anthropology can provide skills that will be valued in an increasingly globalized world, such as engaging with a diverse workforce as well as analytic, research, and collaboration skills. These skills can also lead to a wide range of career options in education, business, research, industry, and public service as well as providing a research foundation for doctoral training.

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Anthropology AB/MA Handbook

Anthropology AB/Historic Preservation MHP

Anthropology AB/Historic Preservation MHP photo collageThe Anthropology A.B./Historic Preservation M.H.P Double Dawg program prepares students to be leaders in the fields of historic preservation and cultural resource management, as well as providing a pathway into Ph.D. programs in the social sciences and humanities. The Master of Historic Preservation is the terminal degree in the field of historic preservation and would allow graduates access to employment options at local, state, and federal government levels, would prepare them to work in the non-profit cultural heritage sector, as well as to find employment in the construction, cultural heritage tourism, and design industries.

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Support Anthropology at UGA

Your support helps bring in speakers of note, provides student research funding, assists in student fieldwork and conference travel, and creates new resources to further enrich each learner's experience. Learn more about how you can support the Department of Anthropology.

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