At the master’s level, the Department at University of Wisconsin Milwaukee offers four options:
- A general degree in History;
- A specialization in Public History for those interested in areas such as museum work, archival administration and historic preservation;
- A coordinated Master of Arts/Master of Library and Information Science degree program;
- A specialization in Urban Historical Studies for students who intend to pursue a PhD in Urban Studies or in Urban History.
A history thesis must be an original piece of historical research based substantially on primary sources. Theses are usually between 100 and 150 pages in length. At least 4 weeks before the last day of classes during the semester in which a degree is to be awarded, you should submit a final draft of your thesis to your committee. The final thesis, after approval by your committee, must be formatted according to Graduate School guidelines. Make sure you read the Graduate School’s booklet Graduate School’s Thesis and Dissertation Formatting Requirements.
- Historiography and Theory of History
- Historical Research Methods
- The Quantitative Analysis of Historical Data
- History of American Urban Problems
- 12 months
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- An undergraduate minor or 18 credits in history or equivalent preparation.
- Two letters of recommendation from persons familiar with the applicant’s scholastic achievement and potential.
- A sample of the applicant’s written work that demonstrates his or her ability to conduct historical research and/or the ability to analyze critically the work of others.
International25650 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 25650 USD per year during 12 months.
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