Randi Storch, chair
Kevin Sheets, graduate coordinator
Old Main, Room 212
School of Arts and Sciences
Girish Bhat, Benjamin deLee, Laura Gathagan, Scott Moranda, Gigi Peterson, Amy Schutt, 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.
Degrees and Admission Requirements
Master of Arts in History with a concentration in either
- United States
- non-Western (Asian, Latin American, African, Middle Eastern) history or
- in the Scholarship on the Teaching and Learning of History
Master of Science in Education in Adolescence Education: Social Studies (7-12) with a concentration in history
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 or intend to teach social studies in grades 7-12 and are seeking a professional certificate or permanent certification.
- History Honor Society
- History Club
- Small graduate reading and writing seminars