VIII. Graduate Programs
Rural Studies PhD Program
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology is a major participant in the PhD program in rural studies in the field of sustainable rural communities. Included in the graduate faculty for this program are J.I. Bakker, S. Humphries, B. Leach, L. McDonald, M. Rohatynskyj, F.J. Schryer, T. Turner and A.R. Winson. This program will provide opportunities for students to be advised by these departmental faculty. PhD students will enroll in the interdepartmental rural studies program; those with advisors in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology will have access to some departmental facilities. Please consult the Rural Studies listing for a detailed description.
International Development Studies Collaborative MA Program
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology participates in the MA program in collaborative international development studies (CIDS). Students in this option register in both the department and CIDS. Those faculty members whose research and teaching expertise includes aspects of international development studies may serve as advisors for MA students. Please consult the International Development Studies listing for a detailed description of the MA collaborative program and the special additional requirements for each of the participating departments.