Graduate students at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor can focus their work on Armenian studies topics in the social science and humanities departments. Although CAS does not offer a graduate degree program, we collaborate and are able to cost-share with partner units (see below) to support students who are working on topics related to Armenian studies. The depth and breadth of Armenian studies courses and the renowned faculty of area specialists provide for an outstanding program that has garnered international recognition. One-on-one mentorship, excellence in language instruction, deep intellectual engagement, and a broad array of funding opportunities are the hallmarks of our engagement with graduate students affiliated with the center. Graduates affiliated with our center have secured careers in both academia and the public sector. If you are interested in pursuing a masters or doctoral degree in Armenian Studies, visit the relevant departments below or contact us.
Admissions: Applicants for graduate programs may apply to the relevant departments or centers at the University of Michigan listed below.
All graduate programs housed within the listed units operate under the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies. The admissions page on the Rackham Graduate School's website provides detailed instructions for applying for graduate studies at the University of Michigan. Please contact the respective units for details regarding application deadlines and supporting documents required for your application.
CAS offers Armenian Studies Fellowships to incoming graduate students who expect to focus their graduate studies on themes relevant to Armenian studies. For more information about CAS fellowships for incoming students, please visit our Fellowships for Incoming Graduate Students funding page. The center also offers travel and research funding to current students. Please visit the Current Student Funding page to learn more about eligibility criteria, applications requirements, and deadlines.