Master of Arts in History
The MA in History promotes critical thinking, fosters effective citizenship, enriches many other fields of study, and prepares students to assume positions of responsibility and leadership in an ever more interdependent global society. Historical research projects involving primary and secondary materials available in archives, libraries, and electronic format teach research techniques valuable in many career areas. In addition, the written presentation of historical arguments improves students’ analytical and writing skills.
The degree requires at least 32-36 credit hours.
- Core courses, 26
- Select one option:
- Depth of knowledge and research competence in master’s thesis, 6
- Breadth of historical knowledge acquired through graduate coursework and research papers, 10
Program details can be found in the Bulletin.
|Graduate Tuition (MO residents)||$444.50 per credit hour|
|Online Course Fee (100% online courses)||$59.70 per credit hour|
Please visit the Cashier's Office for more information.
Dr. Andrew Hurley, Program Director