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History MA

Master of Arts in History

The Master of Arts in History program is designed to advance your study and prepare you for doctoral work in history. With specialization offered in American, European or Public history, you will be able to build upon your existing expertise and understandings of history. The campus location in Savannah makes Armstrong an ideal setting for those who wish to explore and research the past.

Industry Highlights

Salaries range from $34,000 to $84,000 for related professions, and the career outlook in the most popular positions range from normal to good.

- OneDayOneJob.com

Career Opportunities

  • Public or Private Education
  • Museums
  • Historic Sites
  • Writing and Editing
  • Archival or Curatorial Work
  • Think Tanks
  • Preservation Organizations

Armstrong Edge

Savannah, home to the nation's largest National Historic Landmark District, has many opportunities for current students because of its rich history. Living in Georgia's oldest city will offer you an abundance of resources from acclaimed museums, research centers and historic sites.

NEWS:

Read More Armstrong Professor Named to University System of Georgia College 2025 Initiative Working Group

(August 18, 2017) – University System of Georgia Chancellor Steve Wrigley recently named Armstrong State University Associate Professor of Communications and African-American Studies Elizabeth F. Desnoyers-Colas, Ph.D., to the College 2025 Initiative working group. The group aims to produce more college graduates from Georgia’s public colleges and universities by 2025.

Read More Armstrong to Host Robert I. Strozier Faculty Lecture by Dr. Meimei Lin on Sept. 1

(August 16, 2017)–Armstrong State University will host a free lecture by Dr. Meimei Lin, “What is the Cost to Nature to Sustain an Increasing Population?” Dr. Lin will explore the effects of agricultural intensification on U.S. farmland and how restructured government policies can minimize unintended environmental impacts. This event is free and open to the public.

Read More Economic Monitor Reports Savannah Economic Growth in 1st Quarter 2017

(June 26, 2017) - Armstrong’s latest Coastal Empire Economic Monitor reports that the Savannah metro economy returned to healthy growth in the opening quarter of 2017, as the negative effects of Hurricane Matthew dissipated. Employment, airport travel, retail sales and consumer confidence were especially strong during this period, as was record-setting port activity.

Read More Making Connections: Small Business Class Opens Big Doors

(April 19, 2017) – In the Small Business Consulting course taught by Dennis Barber, Ph.D., Armstrong Economics professor and Small Business Institute director, undergraduates gain firsthand experience in Savannah’s small business community, which is a leader in the state.

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