The Master of Arts in History, Plan A, Liberal Arts Specialization is based on instruction through small seminars and individual study, stressing historiography and research methods. The Plan A is usually pursued in anticipation of an advanced degree, mainly in fields of history, business, or law. It requires proficiency in a language other than English.
Effective Fall 2011
|HIST 501||Historical Method: Historiography||3|
|Select four of the following courses in consultation with advisor:||12|
|Reading Seminar: U.S. to 1877|
|Reading Seminar: U.S. Since 1877|
|Reading Seminar-Europe to 1815|
|Reading Seminar-Europe Since 1815|
|Reading Seminar: Africa|
|Reading Seminar: Latin America|
|Reading Seminar: Middle East|
|Reading Seminar: East Asia|
|Reading Seminar: South Asia|
|Reading Seminar--World Environmental History|
|HIST 611||Research Seminar: United States||3|
|or HIST 621||Research Seminar: Europe|
|500- or 600-level HIST courses||3|
|300-, 400-, 500-, or 600-level HIST course(s)||3-6|
|Program Total Credits:||33|
A minimum of 33 credits are required to complete this program.
Non-HIST subject code courses numbered 300-699.