The Master of Arts in History provides a sophisticated knowledge of history, both as a mode of inquiry and a form of understanding, and can serve as a terminal degree or as the foundation for more advanced graduate work.
This program provides graduate students with:
- an understanding of history as a mode of inquiry
- an in-depth exposure to a least two different historical fields
- a grounding in historical research methods
- an introduction to the art of historical interpretation
Credit hours required: 33
The program admits students for the fall, spring and summer semesters.
The Master of Arts program features:
- Small, seminar-type classes taught by a faculty member
- Classes that meet once a week in the evening
- Access to University resources including Ronald Williams Library and The Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois (with more than 60 million volumes)
- IRAD—the Illinois Regional Archives Depository, housed in the Ronald Williams Library
Take a closer look at the Master of Arts in History and the courses offered toward the degree.
If you are interested in the program or have questions, please contact History at (773) 442-5630.
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