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Master of Arts Program
The Department of History offers a Master of Arts degree in History through its graduate program. This program is designed to prepare students for the teaching of history on the junior and senior college level and to provide the initial graduate work for those who intend to pursue a doctoral degree (Ph.D.).
The Department offers two graduate programs leading to the Master of Arts degree. The two M.A. plans have different requirements:
- Plan A: twenty-four hours of course work plus a six-hour thesis.
- Plan B: thirty-six hours of course work, no thesis.
For more information on the M.A. program and requirements, click on tabs to the right.
- Plan A: Thesis Option
- Plan B: Non-Thesis
- Areas of Concentration
- Research Tool
- Grad Student Handbook
- Research Funding
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