Learn from distinguished faculty comprised of published scholars, seasoned historians and award winning professors. The graduate history program allows for a flexible curriculum, designed to meet your professional goals, whether you wish to enter the field or pursue a doctoral program.
Choose a specialization of European, American, Global or Women’s History based on your interests. You will learn the importance of disciplined methods of inquiry and interpretation while working with faculty that serve as mentors.
- HIS 500 - Historiography, credit: 3
- HIS 598 - Thesis, credit: 6
- HIS 590 - Directed Readings in History, credit: 6
- HIS 596 - Teaching College History, credit: 6
Read more in the 2016-2017 Graduate Catalog.
Historians like to say, take a look back 30 years and see what has happened because history repeats itself.
Jon Zella, M'13
Tailor your education by choosing one of four tracks within the program. Tracks include a research/thesis option for students wishing to pursue a doctoral degree, directed study for in-depth examination of existing literature, a teaching track to learn the skills to teach at a college level or applied history to prepare for career in a specific field.