Master of Arts in History
The Citadel is located in beautiful Charleston, South Carolina (named Top City in the United States by Condé Nast Traveler), and for 8 consecutive years has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report (2012-2019) as the #1 Public College in the South offering up to a master's degree.
A civilian program, administered separately from the Corps of Cadets, the M.A. in history provides the opportunity to study a wide variety of fields, from social and cultural to military and political history. Faculty specializations are diverse and include interests in race, gender, leisure, politics, and the military. The Citadel and the College of Charleston offer a joint Master of Arts Degree in History providing each student with advanced specialized work in one of the following areas: United States history, European history, and Asian/African/Latin American history. The program has a special emphasis on the history of the American South, the South Carolina Lowcountry and Atlantic World.
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Charleston is especially well-suited to the study of history, with numerous archives and historical museums and sites, including the South Carolina Historical Society and the Avery Center for African American history. Graduate students will also find Charleston a welcoming city, and the Citadel and the College of Charleston history departments a warm environment in which to continue historical study. The M.A. Program serves the needs of those interested in pursuing graduate studies in history. Teachers who complete the program have a greater command of the literature of a particular field. Others are prepared to do doctoral work or pursue other advanced degrees, enter the field of public history, or seek employment opportunities which require advanced training in the humanities.
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Program Requirements for Master's Degree in History
Click on the chart below for a list of Master's History Courses offered in Fall 2018:
For more information on the graduate program, please contact the History Department main office.
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Please refer to The Citadel Graduate College's website for a complete list of admission and program requirements and course descriptions, or click: