M.S. in Social Science
Students interested in history who want a multi-disciplinary program that views society through the integrated perspective of several social sciences may take a Master of Science in Social Science with a concentration in history. Program requirements are:
1. With a thesis, twelve credits in history, including a three-credit seminar involving a project, field experience or case study;
Without a thesis, a comprehensive exam and an additional six credits in history are required, plus a research project (completed for Social Science 701) approved by the History Department;
2. Six credits in another social science;
3. Six credits of interdisciplinary study: Social Science 701 and statistics;
4. Electives (maximum six credits).