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Delayed graduate school application

ranedawgranedawg Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
edited February 2005 in Graduate School
I am curious if anyone is willing to help me out. I am currently serving a 5 year commitment in the Air Force as an officer after graduating from the U.S. Air Force Academy in 2002 with a degree in behavioral science. My dream is to earn a Ph.D. in anthropology and am trying to find out all that I can be doing between now and when I can officially enter graduate school. The fact that earning a Masters before the Ph.D. is inevitable. Do you know of anyone who I could talk to? Thank you.
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Replies to: Delayed graduate school application

  • mattmommattmom Registered User Posts: 1,763 Senior Member
    i am just guessing on the basis of the little I know about other grad programs but...Get in touch with the anthro departments at a few schools that you think you might be interested in attending; look on various university Web sites to see which schools seem to have strong programs or programs in specific areas that interest you. Also get in touch with some of your professors at the Air Force Academy, from whom you might need recommendations. They might have some insights into what you should do.
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