In conjunction with the School of Education, the department offers a Masters of Arts in Teaching and a Masters of Science in Education (Secondary 7-12). Both programs require thirty-three credits, with a minimum of fifteen credits in Liberal Studies. Most of these courses are offered by the Department of History, but courses are also offered by Black Studies, Geography and Political Science.
- See Deputy Chair Kristine Harris to declare the major and discuss a plan of study.
- Meet with your advisor at least once each semester to discuss your progress and prepare for course registration for the following term.
- No course will be counted toward the major when the grade earned is less than C- (1.7)
- No selected topics courses or independent studies will be permitted, except under advisement and with prior approval of your advisor.