Degree Plan: Graduate Certificate in History for Teachers

The U.S. and world track of the Master of Arts in History and the U.S. history track of the History for Teachers Graduate Certificate can be completed entirely online. It is an affordable and flexible option for completing a graduate certificate or degree. Below is a sample schedule of online courses.

Year 1:

Spring

  • HST 792 Explaining the European Witch Hunts – primary source proseminar in world history taught by Dr. Nelson
  • HST 784 American Revolution – primary source proseminar taught by Dr. T. Miller

Summer

  • HST 701 Historiography taught by Dr. T. Miller
  • HST 720 Proseminar in U.S. history (or another proseminar, topics or reading course available online)

Fall

  • HST 787 American Education – primary source proseminar taught by Dr. Morgan
  • HST 790 Proseminar in World History taught by Dr. Nelson

Year 2:

Spring

  • HST 792 Places, Spaces - primary source proseminar in world history taught by Dr. Nelson
  • Online US history proseminar
  • Either HST 786 Social History or HST 783 Women’s History or HST 720 Proseminar in U.S. History

Summer

  • HST 701 Historiography taught by Dr. T. Miller
  • HST 720 Proseminar in U.S. history or another proseminar, topics or reading course available online

Fall

  • HST 780 Places, Spaces, Seminar in World History (for U.S., non-U.S. history or U.S. historians to assist with papers in their fields) taught by Dr. Nelson
  • HST 785 Civil War in Missouri - primary source proseminar taught by Dr. Piston