Ma and ms history in Illinois state university
The Department of History at Illinois State University provides a challenging and flexible master's degree. Through our curriculum, students can explore American and European history, as well as the histories of South and Latin America, China, India, Africa, and the Middle East, as they decide what careers they might pursue or as they develop their credentials in existing careers. Student may also take courses outside the department or develop their interests through independent study work and internships that count toward their degree credits. The approximately 40 full and part-time students in our program graduate very well positioned to make use of their degrees in a variety of different ways.
Official Academic Records, Declaration of Finances, GPA of 3.0, Test scores: TOEFL ibT of 79, IELTS of 6.5, GRE Scores or GMAT scores, official transcripts, Passport, Letters of recommendation, Statement of purpose.
History teachers at the high school and junior college level, public historians, museum curators, archivists, government service, business