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Masters of History graduates will, via a variety of career paths, help address society’s “big problems,” including racial and social injustice, violence and war, and informed analysis of technological and scientific developments, with a historical and humanities-based perspective.
Global Perspectives on War, Peace, and Empire with course work on the Holocaust, the Rise of Anti-Semitism, the World Wars, War in History, and Empires in Latin America, the Middle East, Asia, and Africa.
Community History and Civic Engagement with a focus on the history of race in the West, citizenship in the USA, social welfare, labor history, immigration, and activism.
History of Science and Technology concentrating on the history of the life and environmental sciences, drawing from an invaluable onsite collection of personal documents relating to Linus Pauling and other prominent scientists.