The Master of Arts in History prepares students for a broad range of professions, from teaching high school students to pursuing doctoral study to conducting historical research in the private sector. M.A. students can combine core faculty courses, consortium classes and courses from other departments for a personalized program of study.
All master’s students specialize in a concentration of choice and complete two research seminars. Surrounded by museums and archival institutions, students have access to the best historical research tools and conference opportunities in the world.
Fall Semester: April 1 (February 1 for fellowship applicants)
Spring Semester: October 1
Please visit the Office of Graduate Admissions for the most up to date information regarding our application process.