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          Prepare for a dynamic career in history

          A master’s degree program in history teaches you to interpret historical evidence, connect events and ideas, think critically and communicate effectively. Through this engaging graduate program, you will benefit from quality instruction and mentorship from 500万彩票网 history faculty who care about your academic and professional success. A combination of history coursework and research along with opportunities to collaborate and network will prepare you to excel in your career.

          The program includes thesis, non-thesis or public history options to fit your interests, whether for positions in education, business, law, government or further graduate studies.

          Prerequisites: A bachelor’s degree with at least 18 hours of history

          Career Opportunities

          • History Researcher
          • Public Historian
          • Museum Curator
          • Museum Director
          • Library Archivist
          • Government Historian
          • Community College Instructor
          • Lecturer
          • Political Analyst
          • Consultant
          • Historical Interpreter
          • Historical Preservationist
          • Community Historian
          • Oral Historian
          • Cultural Resource Manager

          "The quality of instruction in the online program is exceptional. You never know what you are going to get in an online environment, but the faculty here are all research driven and very committed to the graduate program and helping students grow. It sets you up really great to find the direction you want to go."


          Sean Mayfield

          History M.A.

          Benefits of a Master's Degree

          A graduate degree helps you advance your career by qualifying for higher positions with additional leadership opportunities. The median salary for those with master’s degrees is 16% higher than for those with an undergraduate degree, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.


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