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¿Qué aprenderé?

Anthropology (literally the study of humans) is an extremely broad and diverse field concerned with every aspect of the human condition: past, present and future. Students studying Anthropology at the University of Tennessee learn of this breadth and diversity by taking courses in Cultural, Biological and Archaeological Anthropology. Research conducted by the faculty and graduate students of the Department is as wide-ranging (both topically and geographically) as the field itself.

Our research is supported by major funding agencies, is presented at scholarly conferences and published in the most highly-respected journals and academic presses. We share our knowledge with the public by our academic outreach efforts which include lectures to school and civic groups. Our professional expertise is constantly in demand. Our faculty maintain on-going collaborations with law enforcement, local, state, national and international agencies, private industry and non-governmental organizations.

The Disasters, Displacement, and Human Rights Program (DDHR) promotes holistic training, collaborative research, rigorous theoretical approaches, and applied work on historical and contemporary problems broadly associated with human rights concepts and norms. DDHR faculty and students study global and local issues in the past and present, including migration, displacement, trafficking/slavery, and refugees and asylum seekers; structural and political violence and dynamics of peace and justice; economic development, inequality, resource access/extraction, and food security; post-conflict investigations and transitional justice; identity and discrimination; and the causes and consequences of wars, (un)natural disasters, and climate change. We foster critical and nuanced perspectives on the substantive concepts of human rights and the international legal norms and institutions that embody and enact them. Through innovative, inter-sub disciplinary work in cultural, biological/forensic and archaeological anthropology we contribute to the development of anthropology as a science, as an art, and as a tool for improving the human condition.

Especializaciones

  • Disasters, Displacement and Human Rights
  • Forensic

¿En cuál departamento estoy?

College of Arts and Sciences

Opciones de estudio

a tiempo completo (120 horas de crédito)

Costos de estudio
US$31.664,00 por año
Fecha de inicio

Esperado Enero 2023

Lugar

College of Arts and Sciences

312 Ayres Hall, 1403 Circle Drive,

KNOXVILLE,

Tennessee,

37996, United States

Requerimiento de entrada

Para estudiantes de Estados Unidos

Applicants must have a completion of high school or college academic work.

Para estudiantes internacionales

Applicants must have a completion of high school or college academic work.

If your native language is not English, you must demonstrate English proficiency unless you are a US citizen or a permanent resident.

IELTS (International English Language Testing System) minimum score of 6.5

TOEFL (Paper-based) score of 523

TOEFL (iBT) score of 70

Completing the ELS 112 intensive program

Application Deadlines

Spring: October 15

Puede haber diferentes requisitos de IELTS en función del curso elegido.

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