Arts and Sciences
John Aerni-Flessner, Girish Bhat, Laura Gathagan, Scott Moranda, Gigi Peterson, Amy Schutt, John Shedd, Kevin Sheets, Randi Storch, Brett Troyan, Judith Van Buskirk, Luo Xu
For a listing of adjunct faculty see the Faculty and Administration section of this catalog.
Program Descriptions and Admission Requirements
Master of Arts in History with a concentration in either United States, European or non-Western history
Master of Science in Education in Adolescence Education: Social Studies (7-12) with a concentration in either history or geography
The Master of Arts in history will benefit you if you are seeking a terminal M.A. or if you intend to go on for a Ph.D. in history at another institution. If you have an initial certificate or a provisional license in teaching secondary social studies, the M.A. in history will help you gain professional or permanent certification.
The Master of Science in Education in adolescence education: social studies is for you if you are teaching social studies in grades 7-12 and are seeking a professional certificate or permanent certification. Since substantial graduate-level work is done in either history or geography, you also may want to use your degree for careers relevant to those academic fields.
- History Honor Society
- History Club
- Small graduate reading and writing seminars