Dr. Jeff Anderson, Associate Professor of History, School of Humanities, College of Arts, Education & Sciences "It is enjoyable to teach students information they have never heard before. I especially like answering the questions that students ask when they are interested in a topic."
This is a non-thesis, 30 hour graduate program in history that gives the student valuable knowledge applicable in law, politics, and citizenship.
In addition to the University requirements for admission, all applicants must meet the following criteria:
Applicants who fail to meet the above standards may be admitted on conditional status as recommended by the Graduate History Admission and Curriculum Committee in concert with the Dean of the Graduate School.
Applicants seeking admission to this program must also currently hold a bachelor's degree with a minimum of 18 semester hours of social sciences and 18 semester hours of history. No less than one-half of the graduate program of study must be taken in history courses restricted to graduate students only (5000 level and above.)