Who’s Who in the Department of History
W. Andrew Achenbaum, Robert Buzzanco, Matthew Clavin, Hannah S. Decker, Sarah Fishman, John M. Hart, Frank L. Holt, Gerald C. Horne, Philip Howard, Karl Ittmann, Susan Kellogg, James Kirby Martin, Martin V. Melosi, Thomas F. O’Brien, Jr., Robert C. Palmer, Guadalupe San Miguel, Sally N. Vaughn, Eric H. Walther, Nancy Beck Young
Xiaoping Cong, Steven Deyle, José Angel Hernández, Kairn Klieman, Natalia Milanesio, Richard M. Mizelle, Catherine F. Patterson, Monica Perales, Raúl Ramos, Linda Reed, Todd Romero, James Schafer, Abdel Razzaq Takriti, Tyrone Tillery, Cihan Yüksel Muslu
Mark Goldberg, Alexey Golubev, Kristina Neumann, Kristin Wintersteen, Leandra Zarnow
Dina Al-Sowayel, Kelly Hopkins
Thomas Behr, Ioanna Semendeferi, Helen Valier, Diana Velez, Mark Young
The Department of History offers the Bachelor of Arts in History, the Bachelor of Arts in History with Teacher Certification, a minor in History, the Master of Arts in History, and the Doctor of Philosophy in History.
The university offers the Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in the Department of History. The Master of Arts includes fields in Europe, Latin America, Public History, and the United States. The Doctor of Philosophy is available in fields of United States, European, and Latin American history.
For admission to the graduate programs, degree requirements, and course listings, consult with the director of graduate studies in the Department of History and refer to the Graduate and Professional Studies catalog.