Upon completion of non-course required milestones (e.g. foreign language requirement, prospectus), MA students must complete forms provided by the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS).
Please upload one copy of each form to CAS as indicated on their website, and send another copy of the form to the Director of Graduate Studies in Anthropology.
For permission to do one or more of the following:
- Overflow into a full class
- Register for thesis/practicum research hours
- Register for non-thesis research hours (practicum, GRA/GTA “filler” hours)
- Register for Field Schools
- Do a faculty-advised Independent Study or Directed Study
- Register for any anthropology course that is restricted and requires departmental permission
Internship Application Form
Anthropology Internship Application Form
STEPS TOWARDS AN INTERNSHIP
Pick a faculty advisor; The faculty supervisor may have prior contacts or can guide the student in the appropriate direction. However, it is the student’s responsibility to actually arrange the internship.
Locate an organization appropriate to your interests: This is an important opportunity to learn something new and to obtain valuable work experience. Some internships are paid, such as those at New South Associates (a local CRM archeology firm). Call up or write to the organizations that best suit your interests, and ask whether they are accepting interns for the following semester. Although you may not find your first choice, you may discover clever ways to be flexible.
1. Download the internship application or pick one up at the Department of Anthropology the semester before you wish to begin.
2. Obtain the signatures of the faculty advisor and field supervisor.
3. Turn in the completed application to the Administrative Coordinator in the Department of Anthropology and then wait for an email confirmation that the form has been processed.
4. Register online for ANTH 8910, Graduate Anthropology Internship.
Conduct the internship. A faculty advisor meets with the student intern on a weekly basis, and at the end of the semester, the student is required to write a paper describing what was learned during the internship, and how the internship facilitated their career development. Specific requirements may additionally be requested by individual faculty.
Directed Reading Application Form (6999)
Used to request permission to conduct a Directed Reading (an independent faculty-advised course)
NOTE: Students must be within two semesters of graduating from their program to be eligible
Non-GSU Field School…
Non-GSU Exchange/Non-GSU Field School/ Study Abroad
For those students who wish to receive Anthropology credit hours in a study abroad program or field school, including GSU exchange programs (but not GSU faculty-led study abroad programs) and non-GSU programs.
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Dr. Jennifer Patico
Dr. Faidra Papavasiliou
Dr. Steven Black