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Part-time Timeline ← Master of Arts in Applied Anthropology

Part-time Timeline

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Summer Institute:

(5 units. 5 weeks at HSU, before 1st Fall)

  • ANTH 670 Introduction to  Applied Anthropology (2 units)
  • ANTH 671 Methods in Applied Anthropology (3 units)
  • Milestones: Pass Preliminary Exams
  • Note: The Summer Institute will include approximately 22 hours per week of required meetings in the classroom/lab/field in addition to out-of-class study time. Each week, in-class hours will generally be split between three weekday afternoons and a longer field day on Saturday.
  • The 2014 Summer Institute will be held from June 30-Aug 1, 2014. Please see Class Schedule for a more detailed schedule.

Semester 1, Fall

(4 units, online)

  • ANTH 673 Anthropology in Practice (3 units)
  • ANTH 678 Pro Seminar (1 unit)
  • Milestones: Establish internship

Semester 2, Spring

(6+ units, online):

  • ANTH 675 Applied Anthropology Field Placement (3 units)
  • Electives (3-4 units)
  • Milestones: Complete internship.

Semester 3, Fall

(6+ units, online)

  • ANTH 672 Theory in Applied Anthropology (3 units)
  • Elective (3-4 units)
  • Milestones: Establish thesis chair and preliminary thesis plan

Semester 4, Spring

(4 units, online)

  • ANTH 674 Project design and Management (3 units)
  • ANTH 678 Pro Seminar (1 unit)
  • Milestones: Form thesis committee, approval of thesis topic, file IRB/IACUC, file Advancement to Candidacy. Students will generally begin thesis research during the summer or fall directly following this course (after IRB/IACUC approval).

Semester 5, Fall

(4+ units, online)

  • ANTH 678 Pro Seminar (1 unit)
  • Elective (3-4 units)
  • Milestones: Thesis progress approved by thesis committee

Semester 6, Spring

(6 units, online)

  • ANTH 690 Thesis (6 units*)
  • Milestones: Thesis completed or progress approved by thesis committee. In-person/Skype oral defense of thesis before or directly after written thesis submission (extension to a later semester will be granted if the thesis is not expected to be completed).
  • *Note: If thesis completion is not expected this semester, students are advised to sign up for fewer than 6 thesis units, and distribute the remaining units over (no more than 2) subsequent semesters to maintain continuous enrollment of at least one unit per semester. If students complete all 6 thesis units before the thesis is completed, students shall enroll in one unit (x693) per semester to maintain Graduate Continuous Enrollment.

 

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