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The M.A. in History is a traditional degree that equips students to pursue further graduate study or begin an enriching career. Students may focus their course work in American or European History and will acquire a broad knowledge and marketable skills that prepare them for a Ph.D. program in history or for a career teaching at the middle school, high school or community-college level or working in governmental and non-governmental agencies, museums, libraries, archives, university administrations, non-profits, politics, publishing or the legal field. For specific program requirements, visit the Online UWF Catalog.
The career opportunities for individuals with a master's degree in history are endless. To see what the American Historical Association lists as among the most popular career paths available to history majors, visit historians.org/pubs/careers/index.htm.