Master of Arts in Anthropology
Master of Applied Anthropology
The Department of Anthropology offers a number of teaching and research assistantships that include a stipend and/or fee waiver. In additional, non-resident tuition is waived for non-residents receiving assistantships. Students receiving assistantships must register for 9 or more credits and are expected to provide 15-20 hours service per week to the department. Students enrolled in 5-8 credits may be considered for a partial assistantship. Hours of service for part-time students are prorated. Students must be in good standing academically, maintaining a 3.0 GPA. Students should not expect that assistantships will be automatically renewed. Those eligible for reappointment must receive a satisfactory review by their faculty supervisor each semester. The department in its review of candidates for assistantships normally gives preference to full-time, second-year, and masters candidate students. See the Financial Aid for Graduate Students section in the Boise State University Graduate Catalog for more details.
Graduate Assistantship Application Form (Interactive PDF. Complete and turn in to the Department of Anthropology’s main office.)