Graduate Studies in Biological Anthropology at Sonoma State
The Anthropology Department at Sonoma State University currently offers a Masters of Arts Degree in Cultural Resources Management. You can find out more about the MA in Cultural Resources Management, including faculty, facilities, and courses by going to the CRM webpage.
Curently, the Anthropology Department at SSU does not have a masters program in biological anthropology. If you are interested in pursuing a master's degree in a subfield of biological anthropology, I take Masters students interested in primate behavior, primate behavioral ecology, animal behavior, and behavioral ecology through the graduate program in the Biology Department or the Interdisciplinary Studies (ITDS) Program. If you are interested in working with me on a master's degree, feel free to contact me. If you are interested in another aspect of biological anthropology, you should talk to me prior to applying to SSU. For examples of master's theses completed under my advisement, see my student research page.