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.
Masters of Science in Education *
- See Deputy Chair Kristine Harris (Note: Kristine is currently on sabbatical, please contact Professor Chris Albi for the 20-21 AY) 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.