We do not offer a graduate degree in either of our substantive fields. However, many of our students attend other institutions to complete graduate degrees in sociology, anthropology, psychology, education, social work, and law.
If you are interested in graduate school, speak with your advisor. Consider completing a departmental honors thesis. Our student handbook provides detailed information about this process. There are a number of factors to consider when you research graduate programs. The clubs regularly hold workshops on choosing a graduate school. Ask the club advisors for the date of the next workshop. Stay in touch with your professors. You will need letters of recommendation from them.
Graduate and Professional Schools Attended by Our Alumni:
- American University
- Centre for Social Studies (Poland)
- Lehigh University
- King's College (Pennsylvania)
- University of Florida
- Marywood University
- Queen's University (Canada)
- St. Joseph's University
- Shippensburg University of PA
- State University of New York at Buffalo
- Temple University
- University of Delaware
- University of Illinois
- University of Massachusetts at Amherst
- University of New Hampshire
- York University (Canada)
- Drexel University
- University of Connecticut
The Archaeology program at Millersville University is dedicated to learning and understanding the role that Lancaster County and Colonial Pennsylvania played in the context of the larger colonial Atlantic World by way of ethical archaeological excavation, historical analysis and documentary research.