Master of Arts in History
The Master’s program is built upon our faculty’s strengths in the history of modern American, the history of the North American West, environmental history, the history of science and technology, and the history of women in a multi-cultural context. Students focus on at least one of these areas, while broadening their knowledge by integrating studies in early America and non-American history. The program is structured around intensive seminars which provide extensive opportunities to work closely with faculty.
Doctor of Philosophy Degree in History
The doctoral program emphasizes the history of science and technology, environmental history, the history of the American West, and public history and offers advanced students abundant opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration and research.
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In addition to the application, you must submit original transcripts and GRE scores, 3 letters of recommendation, a letter of application that addresses your areas of intended study, and a sample of your academic writing.
Domestic applications for the MA program are due in the History and Philosophy Department by June 15th for fall semester and November 1st for spring semester. International applications for the MA program at due April 15th for the fall semester, and September 1st for the spring semester.
PhD applications are due in the History and Philosophy Department January 15th for admission into the program the following fall semester.
FOR MORE INFORMATION For additional information about our graduate programs, about fellowships and teaching assistantships, and admission requirements, please consult our website: http://www.montana.edu/history/http://www.montana.edu/history/. Please direct your questions to Diane Cattrell, Graduate Program Coordinator
(mailto:[email protected]@montana.edu or (406) 994-4396).