History MA

Go on to complete a doctoral degree, be employed in a wide range of educational institutions or hold positions in local government, the law and libraries and archives. The Master of Arts degree in history emphasizes instruction in the following areas: Europe to 1715; Europe since 1715; United States to 1877; and United States since 1877. Benefit from individual attention with your professors and study and engage in lively discussion in small classes that average about 15 students.

Real-World Experience

Complete an internship or field experience or get firsthand on-site study by participating in a history research trip to Russia, China or Poland.

Meet a Professor

Colin Snider

Associate Professor, Graduate Adviser

Colin Snider has published articles on higher education, student movements, and transitional politics in Brazil. He currently teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on Colonial Latin American History, Modern Latin American History, Social Movements in World History, Inter-American Relations, and Native American History. Additionally, he serves as the book review editor for the quarterly scholarly journal The Latin Americanist.

Experienced Educators

Study with professors who are frequent lecturers at such leading professional conferences as: Missouri Valley Historical Society, Texas Medieval Association Annual Conference and Western Women’s Association Annual Meeting.

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