The Joukowsky Institute’s doctoral program in Archaeology and the Ancient World combines a flexible interdisciplinary atmosphere with 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 program requirements for the Ph.D. in Archaeology and the Ancient World are detailed on the Graduate Program Requirements page of this website.
Applications to Ph.D. programs at Brown University are submitted to, and managed through, the Graduate School. For general information on the process of applying, explore the Application Information section of the Graduate School website. The specific requirements for applications to Archaeology and the Ancient World can be viewed on the Graduate School's program page.
Applications for admission in Fall 2018 are due on January 3, 2018.