What to Expect
Because we admit a competitive number of graduate students per year, our seminar-style courses are small and intensive enough for you to receive considerable individualized attention and support from faculty members. As a result, you’re able to earn your degree in as little as two years.
Once enrolled, you’ll complete several foundational seminars required of all our graduate students:
- Historiography, Method, and Theory
- Comparative History; and Historical Research and Writing
And, you can opt to focus on one of our specialized graduate tracks:
- Social Justice History
- History of Science in Technology, Environment and Medicine
If you’re pursuing one of these tracks, you’ll focus on additional specialized courses with topics in environmental, technological, patriarchal, racial and other historically related themes.