As part of the Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies program, History offers graduate students training to become professional historians, scholars, and educators. Students work closely with faculty members in a broad range of coursework and in research and writing a dissertation. Graduate students frequently are able to work as teaching and research assistants to faculty to help defray costs of the program.
Graduate students in History can pursue either a Master’s Degree of Arts or a Doctorate of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in History. One of the unique features of the IGS program is that students are able to combine their interests with coursework and training in a variety of other complementary disciplines.
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