Four field concentration, specialized MA and PhD concentrations in Medical Anthropology, Business and Organizational Anthropology, Museum Studies/Public Archaeology, Applied Anthropology.
Graduate teaching assistantships: salary plus tuition and health insurance. University scholarships with tuition; competitive doctoral fellowships/traineeships including NIH traineeships through Institute of Gerontology: tuition, stipends, insurance; research assistantships on funded research projects: tuition, insurance, stipend.
Gordon L. Grosscup Museum of Anthropology (prehistoric & historic collections, Detroit and Great Lakes region); Reuther Archives of Labor History and Urban Affairs; WSU Folklore Archive; Institute of Gerontology (includes Center for Health Disparities, site of NIH funded traineeships); Merrill-Palmer Institute for Child and Family Development; Detroit Medical Center (5 hospitals for research collaboration; NIH Perinatal Research Branch), Henry Ford Hospital System, Developmental Disabilities Institute of Michigan; Arab-American Museum (anthropological emphasis); Cranbrook Museum of Science (science museum with anthropological/archaeological emphases); Museum of African American History; Detroit Institute of Arts (excellent materials on Africa, Inuit & Native Americans; conservation lab); Detroit Historical Museum (ethnographic/historical materials from Great Lakes region); Detroit Zoological Park (primate collections); Campus is barrier- and smoke-free; handicapped housing available on campus.
Four-field Introductory to Anthropology; Business and Organizational Anthropology; Lost Cities and Ancient Civilizations; International Health, Understanding Africa.