Department of History and Geography
Degrees in history and geography encourage students to study culture, the environment, society and the world in a broad framework through research, communication and problem-solving. Dedicated faculty members provide exciting opportunities to learn through travel courses, conference presentations, internships, research projects, student organizations and honor societies.
The department houses talented professors of history and geography who are productive, student-centered scholars. The department includes a vibrant graduate program offering the MA in History and the MA in History-Museum Studies, the BAEd in History Education, the BA in Geography, the BA in History, and the BA in History-Museum Studies. In addition, minors include History, Geography, American Indian Studies, International Studies, Women’s Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Race and Ethnic Studies, Russian Studies, and plans for Sustainability Studies.
Graduate Program in History
The University of Central Oklahoma's graduate program in history offers two Master of Arts degrees: the M.A. in History and the M.A. in History-Museum Studies. Program offerings reflect the Department of History and Geography's commitment to the highest standards of research and writing, professional development, critical thinking and civic skills, and an awareness and understanding of diverse cultures. Fields of expertise include the histories of the United States, Asia, Europe, and Latin America. A minimum of 33 credit hours is required for completion of the graduate degree.