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New Mexico State University
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of History
Graduate Studies in History at New Mexico State University

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The Department of History offers graduate work leading to the Master of Arts degree involving 36 hours of course work (roughly 12 courses). Students may opt for a traditional Masters in History, for which they write a thesis, for a Masters in Public History, for which they complete a public history internship/project, or for a combination of both of these tracks.

The Department of History offers graduate work in regional fields encompassing Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the United States. The department also offers graduate level course work in women's history, environmental history, and the history of science and medicine. In addition, the department offers graduate preparation in broad thematic fields that are comparative and interdisciplinary in approach.  These fields are as follows:

Borders, Boundaries and Frontiers, Nature and Society, Myth, Memory, and History, Modernity and Its Discontents

Applying to the Graduate Program in History

NMSU History Graduate Student Manual

Publishing an Article: Journals for Graduate Students in History