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.
What you will study
Where you can study
- Oswego (main campus)
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.
Program advisement meeting
Official transcripts showing confirmation of a Bachelor's degree
Purpose statement for graduate study
Two letters of recommendation
$65 application fee
Sample research paper (minimum 10 pages)
GRE test scores (optional)