History Master's Degree Requirements
The Master of Arts Degree Program
Each M.A. candidate selects a major area of concentration from those offered by the Graduate Program in History. The M.A. areas offered include the following: United States, Latin America, Europe, Middle East, and East Asia.
Concentration in Public History
Available to regular M.A. candidates, this concentration develops skills in archival management, editing, and historical preservation.
Concentration in Global History
The Concentration in Global History is available to M.A. candidates, who must complete eight courses–two in global historiography, two writing seminars, and four 600-level courses, at least two of which must be comparative or Third World courses. All other requirements for the regular M.A. apply, including the foreign language requirement. For further details, contact the Graduate Program Director.