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Master of Arts (M.A.) in History

History faculty work with students as one-on-one research and thesis mentors. They focus on students as individuals and as members of the global community.

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90 percent of students receive funding
1 to 1 thesis and research mentoring


The graduate program in history serves multiple audiences. Since historians today practice their discipline in a variety of careers, we offer a concentration in local/regional/public history. The concentration exposes students to the broad range of skills and issues associated with public history while providing them with a solid advanced background in history. Students also augment their academic training through internships in a range of public history settings including museums, archives, government agencies, libraries, historic preservation organizations, businesses, contract history firms, cultural resource management firms and historic sites.


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