Masters Degrees at Miami University (Ohio)

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MA program at Miami University:

The program is selective and, quite unusually among MA programs, we offer two years of full-funding. Students get an extensive training in teaching and can take advantage of our wide-ranging intellectual community including opportunities offered by the Humanities Center and the Havighurst Center for Russian and Post-Soviet Studies. Additionally there are opportunities available through interdisciplinary programs such as American Studies and Women’s Studies, as well as our overseas language programs and acclaimed humanities departments.

The program has a strong track-record of placing students in top-tier PhD programs should they want to continue in that direction. However, we have recently re-designed our MA to include a "module" system which allows MA students to expand their professional skill sets for preparation across a wide variety of academic and professional fields. Along with a traditional history track we offer:
  • Geographic Information Systems: Classes and Training in GIS, Python Programming, Aerial Photo Interpretation, Techniques in Landscape Ecology
  • Gerontology: courses in Logic of Inquiry, Qualitative Research, Organizations & the Aging Enterprise, Policy & Politics of Aging, Quantitative Methods & Statistics
  • Interactive Media Studies: Courses Digital Development Methods, Visual Rhetoric, elective studies in Interactive Media
  • Self-Designed Module: options include an additional History Colloquium, an additional History Elective, Independent Study
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