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Application and any transcripts are to be submitted directly to:
The Graduate School Madonna University
36600 Schoolcraft Road
Livonia, Michigan 48150-1176
(734) 432-5667 or (800) 852-4951, ext. 5667
Fax (734) 432-5862
Email: grad@madonna.edu

MA History
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MA History    
   Required Courses    
      HIS 5010   The Study of History 3 cr.  Fundamentals of historical studies, including content boundaries, methodology, epistemology, goals, historiography, and scholarship. 
      HIS 5100   Colonial/Early National Era, United States 3 cr.  Study of colonial and early national American political, economic and social institutions, current scholarship and interpretation. 
      HIS 5300   Middle Period, United States 3 cr.  Study of major events with interpretation in the period 1800-1900, reviewing political, economic and social institutions. Current scholarship reviewed. 
      HIS 6000   Modern United States 3 cr.  Study of selected topics in the history of the United States from 1900 to present, emphasizing political, economic, and social issues. Current scholarship reviewed. 
      HIS 6500   Readings in United States Military/Political History 3 cr.  Explore miltary or political history focusing on a different special topic which varies from semester to semester. 
      HIS 6700   Readings in United States Economic/Social History 3 cr.  Explore economic or social history focusing on a different special topic which varies from semester to semester. 
      HIS 6950   Integrating Master's Seminar in History 3 cr.  Create, analyze, and present historical scholarship as well as completing the portfolio of scholarly accomplishments in the graduate history program. 
      European Studies Readings    
         HIS 6330   Modern Western Civilization 3 cr.  Study of selected problems and themes related to European and United States history since the French Revolution, with attention to relationships with the non-western world. 
         Global Studies Choice     (6 cr. to be chosen)    
            HIS 5631   Global Studies: Modern Africa 3 cr.  Study of selected historical problems and themes related to Modern sub-Saharan Africa, with attention to relationships with the non-African world. 
            HIS 5632   Global Studies: Modern Asia 3 cr.  Study of selected historical problems and themes related to modern Asia, with an emphasis on China, Japan, and India, and attention to domestic developments and global relationships. 
            HIS 5633   Global Studies: Modern Latin America 3 cr.  Study of selected historical problems and themes related to modern Latin America, with attention to regional and global relationships. 
            HIS 5634   Global Studies: Modern Middle East 3 cr.  Study of selected historical problems and themes related to the modern Middle East, with an emphasis on Arab and Islamic cultures, attention to the non-Arab and non-Islamic dimensions of the region and to global relationships. 
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