At North Dakota State University, history graduate students are trained in the central principles and research methods that characterize the discipline of History. History training at NDSU seeks ground students thoroughly in their particular area of study while also heightening their understanding of the significance of global relevance and public education to history as a field. MA candidates at NDSU may pursue fields of study in: United States to 1877; United States since 1865; Medieval Europe; Early Modern Europe; Modern Europe; Eastern Europe; Russia/Soviet Union; Latin America; East Asia; Southeast Asia; Environmental; World; Digital; and Public History.
Master of Arts candidates can chose from two courses of study, a thesis or non-thesis option, and there are also many opportunities for students to participate in internships in the areas of Digital History, Public History, Archives, and Historic Preservation. For further information, including the requirements for the MA program, please consult the NDSU History Graduate Student Manual.
For more information on this program, please contact
|Dr. Bradley Benton||Dr. John Cox|
|(701) 231-6301||(701) 231-7709|