The Center for Middle Eastern Studies offers three joint PhD programs with the departments of Anthropology, History of Art and Architecture, and History:
- Joint PhD in Anthropology and Middle Eastern Studies
- Joint PhD in History and Middle Eastern Studies
- Joint PhD in History of Art and Architecture and Middle Eastern Studies
Students of the joint PhD programs complete both the requirements of the related department and the language and area studies requirements established by the Committee on Middle Eastern Studies. In addition to coursework and comprehensive exams, PhD students develop a high proficiency in at least one Middle Eastern language and complete a dissertation based on original research. More details for each program can be found at the links above.
Applicants to these programs are advised to consult the pages in this section, the information in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) Handbook on programs in Middle Eastern Studies, and the CMES Prospective Student FAQs. Admissions information can be found in the Applying to CMES section of this site and on the GSAS website.