Master of Arts in History
As a MA in history candidate, you will focus on the Atlantic World and explore the interrelatedness of US, European, African, African American, and Latin American histories.
This unique program of study specifically benefits teachers, individuals seeking to update content areas for K-12 or community college classes, and those planning to pursue a PhD in history.
Our 36-hour program includes:
- Comprehensive content area knowledge for the teaching of US, world, and European history and geography at the middle/secondary/college level
- Options for specialization in areas of particular interest
- Master's thesis or comprehensive exam
- Research opportunities
- Internship opportunities
Classes are held in the late afternoon and evening, and during the summer terms.
For more information about the history program, please contact:
Dr. Nichole Sanders
If you have questions concerning graduate admission or financial aid, contact the Office of Graduate Studies at 434.544.8383 or email@example.com. See also the graduate studies web pages where you will find more information and the graduate studies application.