The History Graduate program is characterized by the close working relationships between graduate students and their supervising faculty. Graduate students interact closely with dedicated faculty mentors in their research, teaching, and coursework. Opportunities to receive funding for graduate studies, earn teaching experience, and hone valuable skills -- both in the archives and in the field -- are the hallmarks of our growing graduate program.
Students at the graduate level may continue to advance their studies by working towards Master's degrees and/or PhDs in History. Areas of research include 19th and 20th century United States, Early Modern and Modern Europe, Colonial and Modern Latin America, Modern East Asia, Modern Southeast Asia, Global History, Public History, and History Education.
For more information on any of these degree programs, please select one of the links in the column on the left.