History (M.A.)

Location Offered: 
On-Campus

Program Overview:

The object of this program is to prepare students for either further graduate study (thesis option recommended), teaching at the secondary or community college level (non-thesis option recommended), or history-related careers in government, business, or private research (public history emphasis recommended). Proficiency in a foreign language and quantitative methods is strongly recommended for those planning to do graduate work in this program. This program requires a total of 30 credit hours for both the thesis option and the non-thesis option.

Areas of Concentration currently available:

  • Geographic Areas:
    • ​United States History to 1877, United States History since 1877, Medieval European History, Modern European History 1300-1815, Modern European History since 1815, Middle East. Ancient History, Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, China, India, Japan
  • Thematic Areas:
    • ​Cultural History, Economic History, Environmental History, Intellectual History, Military/Diplomatic History, Political History, Social History, Public History, Race/Ethnicity History, Urban History, Women's and Gender History, Religion

Admission Requirements:

  • International Application for Admission
  • Official Transcripts sent directly from your current and/or all prior academic institutions that you have attended to the Office of Admissions
  • Minimum undergraduate grade point average of a 3.2 on a 4.0 point scale
  • Official TOEFL (79), IELTS (6.5), or Duolingo (105)
  • Writing Sample (preferably a history research paper)
  • 2 Letters of Recommendation
  • Applicant Statement addressing motivations for seeking degree, career goals, and summarizing why you are pursuing graduate work in History and what career objectives you have.

Application Deadlines:

  • Spring Semester: December 1
  • Fall Semester: June 15

Graduate Assistantship Requirements:

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Duolingo: 
105