- A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited U.S. college or university (or international equivalent)
- A grade point average of 3.0 or higher on all college or university academic work attempted
- A one-page statement of purpose which clarifies the student’s goals and gives a broad indication of the type of focus the student wishes to pursue. Applicants seeking the MLA Concentration in Public History should discuss public history as their area of focus.
- Methods and Themes in Liberal Studies
- Humanities Seminar
- Social Sciences Seminar
- Science Seminar
- Seminar in Liberal Arts
15 semester hours. All candidates must select 5 additional graduate courses in consultation with the program coordinator. A Concentration in Public History may be selected as the required focus.
MLA Concentration in Public History
- Introduction to Public History
- Managing Public History Organizations
- Management of Historical Collections
- Marketing the Past: Methods of Historical Interpretation and Communication
- Capstone Course