Liberal Arts Graduate Degree in Public History
If you’re seeking a master’s degree that focuses on public history, the Master of Liberal Arts (MLA) concentration in public history combines interdisciplinary study in the humanities with a focus on public history methods and management.
The MLA’s curriculum requires a focus area that addresses a specific topic or inquiry. The public history concentration defines the MLA’s focus on public history while retaining its interdisciplinary focus on scholarship and practice in the humanities and social sciences.
The MLA concentration in public history is an ideal master’s degree for history majors seeking a graduate degree to continue or hone a focus on the application of history. Combined with additional graduate history coursework, the MLA may also meet the needs of non-history majors seeking to enter into the field of public history.
The MLA concentration in public history requires 10 classes for a total of 30 semester hours. Coursework taken for the graduate certificate in public history will apply toward the MLA concentration.
Master of Liberal Arts Concentration in Public History
15 semester hours. All candidates must complete the following courses.
Public History Concentration
15 semester hours