The Accelerated Masters’ Degree Program allows students to advance their academic careers by taking graduate course work toward the traditional Master of Arts degree simultaneously with undergraduate course work. By taking up to 12 credit hours of history graduate course work, a student need only complete sufficient additional course work to meet the requirements for the MA degree. See links below.
- Students must apply for admission to the College of Graduate Studies the semester preceding the semester during which they wish to begin taking graduate courses for graduate credit.
- Students must meet the requirements for admission to the Master of Arts in History degree and to the College of Graduate Studies including a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
- Three to twelve (3-12) hours of graduate HST credit (500 and the 600-level seminar course) leading to a Master of Arts degree in History may be taken in the final two years of undergraduate work.
- Student must be admitted to the Graduate Program prior to completing any of these courses in order to have them count for the Accelerated MA degree.
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