The Master of Arts in Public History (MAPH) is a 36-credit-hour program that offers students optimal guidance in theory and practice. Courses are scheduled in the evening, allowing students the opportunity to continue working while they pursue the degree.
Outside the classroom, students participate in community-based projects, giving them the opportunity to build a strong, professional portfolio. A capstone project serves as the culminating experience.
Graduate Program Director, Public History
Dr. Brian Hackett
446 Landrum Academic Center
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