The University of North Carolina at Charlotte / Department of Anthropology is located in Charlotte, NC, in a suburban setting.
Degrees & Awards
Master of Arts (MA)
Earning Your Degree
Part-time study available?
Evening/weekend programs available?
Distance learning programs available?
Entrance Exam GRE
Research thesis or applied practicum and project report
Application Fee - Domestic
Electronic applications accepted?
Applications processed on a rolling basis?
Master's Degree Exam
Master's Degree Requirements
Three letters of recommendation from individuals who can comment on candidate's academic and professional promise, at least two from academic referees; statement of purpose that discusses applicant's specific interests in anthropology and professional goals; transcripts from all colleges or universities attended
International Breakout (representing other countries)
Black or African American
White or Caucasian
American Indian or Alaska Native
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
Two or more races
Full-time - 11
Part-time - 1
Focus of faculty research:
Impact of environment on the social strategies and reproductive careers of Sifaka; molecular anthropology: the application of genetic data; family abuse and women's health; aging cross-culturally; production and circulation of knowledge in material form; the relationship among knowledge, power, policy and practice as they pertain to health and health care; the development of ranked societies in prehistory
Externally sponsored research expenditures last year:
Location & Contact
9201 University City Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28223-0001 United States