War & Society Concentration

The Department of History offers graduate work, leading to the Master of Arts degree, in the history of war and society. Students may opt for either the Course Intensive Track or the Thesis Track . "War and Society" is a special concentration within the MA program.

The War and Society concentration includes, but is not limited to, military history. Courses in the history of war and society examine the impact of war on all areas of human endeavor and experience.

Thesis Track

Students pursuing the Thesis Track in the History of War and Society must meet all departmental requirements for the Thesis Track in History, except that War and Society shall be the only field of concentration. Students take HST7000 (Historical Methods) and 24 hours of coursework in War and Society-related topics, including a minimum of four 7000-level courses.

Summary of Courses Required

HST7000 (Historical Methods): 3 hours

7000-level courses in War and Society topics, as determined by the Director of Graduate Studies and/or the War and Society coordinator (12 hours)

6000- or 7000-level courses in War and Society topics, as determined by the Director of Graduate Studies and/or the War and Society coordinator (12 hours)

Thesis (3-6 hours)

Course Intensive Track

Students pursuing the Course Intensive Track in the History of War and Society must meet all departmental requirements for the Course Intensive Track in History, except that War and Society shall be the only field of concentration. Students take HST7000 (Historical Methods) and 30 hours of course work in War and Society-related topics, including a minimum of four 7000-level courses.

Summary of Courses Required

HST7000 (Historical Methods): 3 hours

7000-level courses in War and Society topics, as determined by the Director of Graduate Studies and/or the War and Society coordinator (12 hours)

6000- or 7000-level courses in War and Society topics, as determined by the Director of Graduate Studies and/or the War and Society coordinator (18 hours)

 

 

Contact Awad Halabi, Ph.D.
364 Millett Hall
937-775-2817
awad.halabi@wright.edu