New York University: GRE: GRE general test not required.
Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus: The GRE is recommended, but not required, for admission.
New York University: GRE: GRE general test not required.
Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus: The GRE is recommended, but not required, for admission.
UCLA American Indian Studies
College description: American Indian Graduate Center AIGCS are the largest scholarship providers to Native students in the the students.S.For 50 years, American Indian Graduate Center and AIGCS have empowered Native students from over 500 tribes in all 50 states.The future is NATIVE and the American Indian Graduate Center is a testament to that.Jermayne Tuckta Warm Springs, OR Confederated tribes of the warm spring’s reservation Special Higher Educations Program-Graduate University of Oregon Language Teaching Studies GPA 4.0 Community.American Indian Graduate Center Scholars honored at national Native conference.American Indian Graduate Center elects Steve Stallings as first board member emeritus.Three thousand outstanding American Indian and Alaska Native students throughout the United States have been awarded the Gates Millennium Scholarship by AIGCS.
Once in the program, a minimum of 10 courses are required with most students finishing the program in 6 quarters , by writing a thesis or taking a comprehensive exam.
The university encourage all students to apply for the Graduate Opprotunity Fellowship available throught the online gradaute division application.
Check Dates & Deadlines The American Indian Studies program will continue to accept letters of recommendation that are submitted after December 15th as long as they are received before the university review process begins. Please encourage individuals submitting letters to do so by the deadline or very soon after to ensure that they are included in their application’s review process.
College description: This course is a general introduction to the field of Native American and Indigenous Studies The course begins by recognizing and locating the history and continued presence of Native American Lenape people here in Mannahatta.
All application materials must be received by 5 p.m. eastern time on the deadline date.
A complete application includes the online application, academic transcripts, test scores , letters of recommendation, a résumé or curriculum vitae, a Statement of Academic Purpose, and an application fee.
GRE: GRE general test not required. Please do not send us GRE test scores.
Statement of Academic Purpose: In a concisely written statement, please describe their past and present work as it relates to their intended field of study, their educational objectives, and their career goals. The statement should not exceed two double-spaced pages.
Writing Sample: A writing sample of sociocultural analysis is required.
College description: Introduction to graduate work in American Studies through exploration of the approaches, materials, and interpretations of the field.Studies exploring the relationship between literature and culture in American Studies.Studies exploring issues of race and ethnicity in America that can be addressed with theories and methods of American Studies.It will offer students an of the current engagement of American Studies with the study of religion and ask students to consider new pathways in this research for the future.Directed readings in selected areas of American Studies. AM ST 579 Readings in American Studies This course will cover major readings in a selected area of American Studies. The readings typically cover areas that are not covered in depth within other American Studies offerings.Independent exploration within American Studies evidenced by major paper, film, exhibition or specialized examination.An advanced seminar covering particular themes and issues in American Studies.A thesis supervised by the American Studies Program.
Strong ties with local educational and cultural institutions, including the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, State Museum of Pennsylvania, Landis Valley Musuem, Hershey Museum, National Civil War Museum, and the Dauphin County Historical Society, Cumberland County Historical Society, and other public heritage resources provide excellent learning opportunities for students.
Taking advantage of its location in a capital region with internationally known heritage sites and American Studies resources such as the Gettysburg Battlefield, Three-Mile Island, Hershey, Steelton, Anthracite Coal Region, and Amish Country, it emphasizes critical cultural inquiry and the application of American Studies to public heritage, public policy, and cultural resource management, including governmental work, museums, cultural agencies, education, archives and records management, public policy, and communications. A foundation for this application is an understanding of the American experience developed within the intellectual legacy of American Studies.
A statement of intent
Students applying for scholarships and assistantships are requested to submit general examination scores of the Graduate Record Examination taken within five years previous to the date of application. The GRE is recommended, but not required, for admission.
English proficiency test scores may be required for international applicants.
Scores from the Graduate Record Examination ;
A letter of 500 to 1000 words outlining significant scholarly and applied experience, career goals, commitment to American Studies as a field, and academic objectives;
The student is required to take a minimum of 30 - 33 credits in American Studies, including at least 18 credits in the 500 series.
A doctoral student is required to complete the program, including defense and acceptance of the doctoral dissertation, within eight years after successful completion of the qualifying examination.
Make up any deficiencies in graduate courses in American Studies noted in the letter of acceptance
Although the exact number of courses required in each subfield may vary among students, typically four per subfield are required.
For most students, the total time required to reach completion of the higher degree will be shortened by about a year.
Must present a plan of study approved by the student’s adviser in the application process.
M.A. in Native American Studies Montana State University
College description: There are different funding opportunities for American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander graduate students accepted into a graduate program at Montana State.Provisional) acceptance into graduate degree program at MSUTo be eligible for federal financial aid, a student needs to be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours or higher in an approved degree or certificate program.Measurement is based on cumulative graduate credits attempted. Master’s degree credits are included in the doctoral student limit.Sloan Indigenous Graduate Partnership program SIGP students accepted into eligible graduate programs in STEM, award of $20,000-40,000.Dennis Phyllis Washington Native American Graduate Fellowship: all degrees enrolled in MT tribe MT resident award of $15,000 through Cat Scholarships.Montana INBRE: Graduate research fellowships for biomedical, social and behavioral health sciences.
The program's mission, purpose, and objective emphasis is to graduate, in a timely manner, knowledgeable professionals and academicians well grounded in Native American issues and scholarship.
Candidates are not required to complete the Graduate Record Examination General Test, but may do so if they feel it will strengthen their applications.
A bachelor's degree or equivalent from an accredited institution is required for admission to the Master's program in Native American Studies.
Three letters of recommendation addressing the applicant's potential as a graduate student, preferably by academic sources.
Minimum scores required are as follows: TOEFL , IELTS or PTE
For all other applicants, the deadline is July 15 for fall and November 15 for spring semester.
A prerequisite for application is the successful completion of NASX 530 Federal Law and Indian Policy.
Center for Middle Eastern Studies
The deadline to apply is January 4th. To apply, applicant must complete an on-line application and provide a candidate statement, writing sample, 3 recommendations and transcripts from all previously attended colleges/universities in addition to the application fee. Here applicant may complete the application, taking as much time as applicant need, of course while keeping the January 4th deadline in mind. The TOEFL/IELTS is the only admissions requirement that applies specifically to international applicants. The University of Chicago does not require a minimum GRE score for admission nor do University of Chicago provides statistics on the GRE scores for admitted students. The university will accept GRE scores that are less than 5 years old. The University of Chicago does require that admitted applicants obtain a minimum score for the TOEFL prior to matriculation.
College description: Check back in Spring 2021 to apply for the university 2021-2022 Grad Assistantship!The Asian American Studies Program invites applications for a graduate assistantship to a Northwestern doctoral student with research interests relevant to Asian American Studies. This Graduate Assistantship is open to any graduate student between their 2nd and 5th year and offers the opportunity to extend funding beyond the initial 20 quarters.A cover letter encapsulating their research, teaching, and related interests and their relevance to Asian American Studies.
In addition to the Application for Admission and Financial Aid, the German department also requires the following documents for application to the Ph.D. program.
The Northwestern University does NOT require the GRE from the university applicants.
International students need NOT take the TOEFL or IELTS if
Applying for the Graduate Program in South Southeast Asian Studies
College description: PLEASE Admission to the Latin American Studies Graduate Program has been suspended.Students begin by taking courses that offer a broad of the field of Latin American Studies and introduce them to the Latin Americanist research at Berkeley.Students are encouraged to draw on the considerable resources of the Center for Latin American Studies .LAS 250, a 4-unit seminar for new graduate students providing a comprehensive of the field of Latin American Studies.Capstone Requirement: Thesis or Oral Exam Either a written thesis or a comprehensive oral exam based on the focus of study is required to complete the LAS M.A. degree.LAS master’s graduates move into various careers in non-profits, government, and international firms.
The university request that applicant include a writing sample with their application.
The sample may be a paper written for a class , an honors thesis, an article written for an academic journal — whatever applicant think best reflects their knowledge, interest, and writing ability.
While the university can accept letters of recommendation and GRE and TOEFL scores after the deadline for applications, please keep in mind that letters and scores arriving after January 7 may not be part of the application consideration process.
Non-Degree Application - Submit their transcripts
The Case Western Reserve University is unable to deliver an admission letter without having their official transcripts on file from their highest degree earned.
Anyone wishing to take non-degree courses should apply through the online application system and pay the $50 non-refundable application fee. Applicant must send official transcripts in order for their application to be processed.
Case Western Reserve University employees do not need to submit degree verification and their application fee is waived.
The deadline to apply for Fall is August 15, for Spring is January 1 and for Summer is May 1.
On the application, under Personal Data choose Applicant Type: Non-Degree. If applicant are an international student, applicant will need to submit a passing TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE language score.
The deadline to apply for Fall is July 31st and Summer is May 15th
On the application, under Personal Data choose Non Degree Applicant Type: Non-Degree.
The deadline to apply is May 15th for Fall semester.
No language scores, GRE, letters of recommendation or transcripts are required.
The deadline to apply is April 19th for Fall semester.
Applicants must submit a personal statement.
Two Letters of Recommendation are required.
GRE scores can be considered but are not required, applicant can submit those through ETS.
Online Graduate Certificate Program in Postsecondary Disability Services
College description: As an interdisciplinary field, American Studies is devoted to studying the students.S. culture and its relationship to the world beyond its borders. This certificate provides advanced training in this interdiscipline while helping graduate students to become capacious in their teaching and research. Working toward this certificate will provide junior scholars a space to think outside of their disciplines and to craft a genuinely multi-modal dissertation project.The student must first be enrolled in a graduate program at the University of Connecticut.AMST 6000: American Studies: Methods and Major TextsAMST 6850: American Studies: Special TopicsAmerican Studies: Special Topics may be counted for one of these two courses if taken a second time with a different topic. The American Studies program maintains a list of courses that are pre-approved to satisfy this requirement for students enrolled outside the department that houses the course.Enrolling in the Graduate Certificate in American Studies.Filing for the Graduate Certificate in American Studies.
Please note that official transcripts from students previous educational experiences at UConn are not required.
The GRE, GMAT, and Residence Affidavit are not required.
For those providers that wish to submit their letter electronically, be sure to mark "Yes" for the online submission question on the Provider Input Form.
MA and PhD French Program Admissions
Students applying for admission to the graduate program are evaluated on the basis of previous academic performance, letters of recommendation, a personal statement, and two writing samples. GRE scores are required for American applicants.
Applicants to the graduate program are considered for departmental funding as teaching assistants or for Arts and Sciences fellowships, unless otherwise stated on the application form. There is no separate application for such funding.
Items Required for Admission to the French Program
The following checklist includes the required information necessary for admission into the French program.
Application must be completed through Apply Yourself.
Three letters of recommendation from the form available on line, or referees can submit recommendation letters online through Apply Yourself
Official GRE scores
Official TOEFL exam results for international student applications. A minimum required score of 90 or 7 on the Cambridge IELTT is necessary to process admission.
A personal statement written in English outlining goals and reasons for pursuing graduate education in French.
Please note that the writing samples are considered very important documents in the application file.
While GRE scores are not required of international students, the official record of their TOEFL examination must be sent to the University of Pittsburgh French Department.