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The History Department offers a rigorous graduate program for
individuals who would like to obtain an MA in History and a secondary
social studies teaching credential in two years. Individuals must be
accepted into our highly selective MA program to be eligible for this
option. This is an outstanding program for intellectually ambitious
students with a passion for both history and pedagogy. During the
two-year program, students take history classes with other entering
graduate students as well as pedagogy courses in preparation for student
teaching. This program often requires taking classes during one winter
or summer session. Students complete student teaching during the spring
of their second year at the University.
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Complete 30 credits of graduate work, of which at least 21 credits must be in history. The graduate level history credits must include the following:
● (3 credits) Students in their first semester will take "The Art and Craft of Innovative History."
● (9 credits) Three reading seminars: With the approval of the Chair of the Graduate Studies Committee, a HIST666 component of an undergraduate lecture course may count as a reading seminar. Such approval will be given only when a HIST666 component includes regular "mini-seminar" meetings to discuss graduate- level readings.
Print version of the requirements
Please contact Diane Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Social Studies Program Coordinators for more information.