The Joukowsky Institute’s doctoral program in Archaeology and the Ancient World combines a flexible interdisciplinary atmosphere withElizabeth Murphy 2010 a curricular structure that prepares students for professional careers in teaching, museum studies, or other relevant occupations. Students receive a broad overview of the archaeology and art of the ancient Mediterranean, Egypt, and the Near East, allowing them to develop particular research interests revolving around one or more of these complex cultures.

The course of study leading to a Ph.D. in Archaeology and the Ancient World requires students to explore and master a wide range of knowledge and of skills. The program is designed to provide graduates with an effective foundation in the archaeology, art, and history of the circum-Mediterranean and Near Eastern worlds, as well as with necessary training in ancient and modern languages and in computing and other practical skills, while Elissa Faro 2007constantly encouraging the development of independent and original topics for dissertation research.

A combination of course work and examinations characterize the first three years of the program, followed by two to three years of doctoral research. Graduate students are based in the Joukowsky Institute, where they are provided with research space, computer facilities, and library resources.

For details on the Ph.D. requirements, visit Graduate Program Requirements.