The History MA Policy & Guidelines Manual covers all aspects of the History M.A. program for students and faculty. (This publication is undergoing revision and additional sections will be posted here soon. In the meantime, please contact Dr. Amanda Miracle for updated information.)

Student Learning Outcomes: Thesis, Non-thesis, Public History Concentrations

Graduate students working toward an MA in History will undertake intensive study of a particular era in history through readings seminars, research seminars, internships, and other coursework as appropriate, culminating in an original research project, examinations, or a pedagogy and content-based project. They are expected to develop skills in the following areas:

Student Learning Outcomes: Social Sciences Education Concentration