History - M.A. and Ph.D. Download to print
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of History
305 Bowman Hall
The Master of Arts in History consists of three concentrations: History, Public History and History for Teachers.
Official transcript(s); GRE; statement of purpose describing professional objectives and proposed field of study; significant piece of written work; and three letters of recommendation (preferably academic). The Ph.D. also requires an M.A. in History (or related discipline).
M.A.: Minimum 33 total credit hours; all students must successfully complete History 61001 and 61002. Students selecting a thesis option must demonstrate a reading knowledge of one or more foreign languages if their advisers determine that it is necessary for research.
Ph.D.: After completing all of the requirements, the student takes written and oral examinations in the three elected fields of history.
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