M.A. in History with Certificate in Applied History (see 'Option III' from link and use text only without heading from here)
The MA in History with Certificate in Applied History is designed both to give students a grounding in American history and historical research at the graduate level and to introduce them to ideas and techniques useful in the applied history of the built environment. Students earning the Certificate may find work with state or local preservation groups, museums or government agencies coursework has two components:
1 The History sequence begins with the study of historiography and strategies for historical research, and continues with three 6900 level history courses, at least two of which shall be in the American field, (for example Colonial America, 19thcentury US, urban history, oral history, material culture).
2 The Historical Preservation sequence begins with American Architectural History and Introduction to Preservation and continues with specialized courses in research techniques and materials conservation, and concludes with a practicum class and an internship for “hands-on” experience.
- History 6902 (American)
- Historical Research
- Intro to History 6900
- Three 6900-level courses
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