Other Anthropology Graduate Programs
Other Graduate Programs
Graduate Programs in the DC Metro Area
Social Work Programs in the DC Metro Area
The Department of Anthropology finds the NASA (National Association of Student Anthropologists) website to be very useful to our Anthropology students. To find answers to frequently asked questions about student fellowships, paper competitions, and graduate school, please visit <http://www.aaanet.org/nasa/faq.htm>
The University of Maryland College Park offers a masters degree in Applied Anthropology (MAA). The degree specializations include: Community, Health and Development; Historical Archaeology; Resource Management and Cultural Processes; and Applied Biological Anthropology. For more information, please visit:
University of Southern California Annenberg School of Journalism
Graduate Studies in Communications
The Annenberg School of Communication offers a masters and doctoral degree program in Communication Management or Global Communication. For more information, please visit:
Graduate Studies in Journalism and Public Relations
The Annenberg School of Journalism offers a masters in Journalism and a masters degree in Strategic Public Relations. These degree programs specializations range from newspaper journalism to corporate communications and consulting. For more information, please visit:
Virginia Commonwealth University
The School of Social Work offers a undergraduate degree (B.S.W.),a master's degree program (M.S.W.) and a PhD Program in Social Work. For more information, please visit:
Villanova offers a program of study leading to a master of science degree in Criminal Justice Administration. Courses are offered in criminological theory, research methods, financial planning, organizational theory, decision-making, legal issues, ethics, and a variety of other criminal justice areas. For more information visit:
Brown University offers both doctoral and master's degrees in Anthropology. Brown's Department of Anthropology does research on a wide variety of topics including anthropology and population; politics, culture and identity; gender; archaeology; colonialism and post-colonialism; and kinship and families. Special training, research, and funding opportunities are available for graduate students. For more information visit:
Columbia University offers a Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences program. This M.A. degree program provides rigorous research and analytical training. The curriculum combines core seminars in quantitative social science methodology with research experience and professional development. For more information visit:
University of Michigan
The University of Michigan has recently launched doctoral, masters and certificate programs in Survey Methodology. The program is interdisciplinary, drawing faculty from the behavioral, social, and communication sciences, as well as from the statistical sciences. Please forward this information to anyone who may be interested and visit there web site for more details:
University of Pittsburgh
The Graduate School of Public and International Affairs has the following programs of study:
Masters of International Development (MID)
Masters of Public Administration (MPA)
Masters of Public and International Affairs (MPIA)
Masters of Public Policy and Management (MPPM)
PHD in Public and International Affairs
The Department of Anthropology, offers a number of special opportunities such as Ethnicity, Nationalism, and the State; Latin American Archaeology Program; Medical Anthropology; Cultural Anthropology, Physical Anthropology, Anthropological Linguistics, and Archaeology.
Master of Science in Organizational Behavior with four possible degree concentrations:
Human Resource Management
Training and Development
Human Resource Information Systems
Management of Change.
University of Wyoming
The University of Wyoming is offering a PhD in Anthropology with a focus on Plains, Paleoindian and Hunter-Gatherer Archaeology. The program includes internships, professional development seminars, field and lab opportunities, international opportunities and etc.
John Hopkins University
The Institute for Policy Studies at John Hopkins University is offering a two-year Master of Arts in Public Policy Degree. Areas of interest: Social Policy, Health Policy, International Affairs, Urban Policy, Environmental Policy, Nonprofit Sector and other.
University of Minnesota
The Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs at University of Minnesota offers several degrees which include a three-month internship:
Master of Public Policy (MPP),
Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP),
Master of Science in Science, Technology, and
Environmental Policy (MS),
Mid-career Master of Public Affars (MPA),
or a variety of dual degree programs.
Generous financial aid packages are offered, ranging in value from $4,500 to $30,000, awarded primarily on the basis of merit.
University College London, England
UCL is offering a MA in Material and Visual Culture with a wide ranging course relating people and material and visual forms across time and space with the opportunity for a number of specialist options:
Art and Anthropology,
Anthropology of Consumption,
Colonial and Postcolonial Visual Culture,
Anthropology of the Built Environment,
Museum Anthropology and Cultural Heritage,
Anthropology of Landscape,
Material Culture and Social Identity.
University of Oxford
Oxford is offering a 1-year M.Sc. in Evidence Based Social Work.
University of California, San Diego
UCSD is offering a Ph.D. in Ancient History, as well as a Ph.D. in Anthropology (Archaeology) and M.A. in Judaic Studies.
IUB is offering a 2-year M.S. program on Societies in Change: Reshaping Cultures, Publics, and Institutions.
University at Buffalo – The State University of New York
The innovative doctoral program in Geographic Information Science (GI Science) at University at Buffalo is available to doctoral students in the departments of Anthropology; Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering; Computer Science and Engineering; Geography; Geology; Industrial Engineering; and Philosophy.
Institute for the Study of the Americas - University of London
ISA's students are drawn from throughout the Americas, Europe and the UK, which creates an exciting and energetic international culture in which to participate. A new master's course in Comparative American Studies is to be offered from October 2005, and attention will be paid to developing postgraduate research in this understudied area. Available programs include: MA Area Studies (Comparative American Studies, Latin America, United States of America), MSc Globalization and Latin American Development, MSc Latin American Politics, MPhil/PhD.
Graduate School of Social Work - University of Denver
The University of Denver offers MSW concentrations in Child Practice (child welfare, families, high-risk youth, adults) and a MSW Certificate Programs in Social Work With Latinos/as, Trauma Response and Recovery, Animal-Assisted Social Work, Couples and Family Therapy.
College of Health and Human Sciences: School of Social Work - Georgia State University
The MSW program is not traditional in that many of our students hold degrees in diverse disciplines, such as Economics, Policy Studies, African American Studies, an Jewish Studies and want to pursue a non-clinical MSW degree.
George Warren Brown School of Social Work - Washington University in St. Louis
The George Warren Brown School of Social Work offers both an MSW and a PhD program.
George Mason University
George Washington University
University of Maryland
University of Maryland, Baltimore
National Association of Social Workers
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