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Prerequisite: Admission to the Graduate Program in History

The Certificate in History consists of 18 credit hours of graduate courses in History. To be eligible to teach dual-credit courses (i.e., courses that offer credit for both high school and college simultaneously), teachers must have either 18 credit hours of graduate work in History and a master’s degree in another discipline, or an MA in History. Requirements for the Certificate include:

HIST 5320Readings in US History to 18653
HIST 5322Readings in US Hist Since 18653
nine (9) hours of graduate studies courses in History9
three (3) hours of a graduate seminar in History3
Total Hours18

Credit earned for the Certificate can be counted towards the MA in History.

Degree Plan

Required Credits: 18

Graduate Certificate in Teaching History (All courses require a grade of C or better)
Required Courses:
HIST 5320Readings in US History to 18653
HIST 5322Readings in US Hist Since 18653
Graduate Seminar:
Select one from the following:3
Seminar-United States History
Seminar in Borderlands History
Seminar in World History
Seminar-Latin American History
Seminar: European History
Graduate Studies:
Select three courses from the following:9
Studies in United States Hist
Studies in World History
Studies in Latin American Hist
Studies in Borderlands History
Studies in European History
Total Hours18