Department of History

Graduate

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE M.A. PROGRAM IN HISTORY
M.A. Student Working at Cog Railway Museum
• Our students are exposed to a breadth of regions, time periods, and historical approaches by taking three distinct sequences, focusing on the history of various regions 

• Within this structure students also have opportunities to tailor their program to highlight specific thematic or theoretical interests. 

• The M.A. in History trains graduate students in the process of writing primary-source-based research papers, which make well-evidenced arguments, grounded in historiography and theory. 

• Our MAs apply their skills in many ways: presenting their work at professional conferences, teaching at universities, community colleges, and K-12 schools, and engaging in professional work (internships) at museums, archives, and other organizations

Click on the links below below for more on the program, faculty, internship opportunities, and much more

Graduate Faculty

Graduate Faculty

Graduate Courses

This page describes the Graduate courses in History.

Opportunities

The department offers numerous professional development opportunities for graduate students.
College of Letters, Arts & Sciences | Department of History
Phone: (719) 255-4069 | Location: COLU 2048
Chair / Professor: Dr. Paul Harvey | Phone: (719) 255-4078 | pharvey@uccs.edu
Program Assistant: Ian Smith | Phone: (719) 255-4069 | ismith2@uccs.edu
 
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