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What Can You do With a Graduate Degree in History?

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Master's Degrees in History

Master's degree programs in history immerse the student deeper in their understanding of specific regions and eras. Areas of study include the social and political history of countries that have been influential in world development, in-depth research and written analysis, and preparation of a thesis. Course completion requirements and completion time vary depending on the educational institution, transferable credits, and the learning pace of the student.

Doctorate and PhD Degrees in History

Doctorate level programs in history emphasis research skills and the writing of history. PhD programs prepare students for research, often on specialized topics, investigating new leads about specialized subjects, analyzing and writing about history and culture, as well as teaching. Course completion requirements and completion time vary depending on the educational institution, transferable credits, and the learning pace of the student.

  • Archivist
  • Demographer
  • Travel Agent
  • Lawyer
  • Librarian
  • Lobbyist
  • Paralegal Profession
  • Historians in Corporations
  • Contract Historians
  • Historians and Nonprofit Associations
  • Writers and Editors
  • Journalists
  • Information Managers
  • Attorney General
  • Foreign Service Officer
  • Cultural Affairs Officer
  • Historian
  • Historic Site administrator
  • Curator
  • Economist
  • Professors
  • Documentary Editors
  • Producers of Multimedia Material
  • Historians As Information Managers
  • Archivists
  • Records Managers
  • Librarians

Places of Employment:

  • Antique Dealers
  • Libraries
  • Film Companies
  • Museum
  • Central Intelligence Agency
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Broadcasting
  • Court System
  • Secondary Schools
  • Colleges and universities
  • Public Relations Firms
  • Historical Societies
  • Chamber of Commerce
  • Educational Institutions
  • Research Foundations
  • Department of State
  • Elementary Schools
  • Historic Sites and Museums

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