Master of Arts in History, M.A.

Program Locations

The Master of Arts in History is fully online and accessible at any of the following locations:

About this Program

As one of the first four universities to offer this program completely online, Wayland’s master’s degree in history offers students affordability and freedom of curriculum.

With thesis and non-thesis options, students study a broad spectrum of ethnic, gender, regional, environmental, public history, and archival and record management courses. For non-history undergraduates seeking an MA in history, this program is cross-listed with four different courses in the School of Religion and Philosophy.

Requirements

The Master of Arts in History degree requires 37 hours of graduate level history courses.  Students may choose to take six hours of thesis work in place of two content courses.

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Faculty

The School of Behavioral and Social Sciences has a highly qualified and experienced faculty. 

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