Students may fulfill the remainder of the program requirements through the general program of electives listed below, or with completion of the concentration in labor and reform movements in the United States.
A combination of electives related to the concentration and approved by the student’s committee chairperson.
Master of arts students must choose one of the following options:
In combination with the above requirements, successful completion of a thesis (HIST 699-6 credits) and a final oral examination pertaining primarily to the thesis.
In addition to the above requirements, proof of proficiency in one foreign language approved by the Graduate Committee of the Department of History, and a final oral examination pertaining to the student’s course work and research seminar paper. Proof of language proficiency may be met by one of two means as specified by the Graduate Committee of the department:
1. By having completed 12 credits at the undergraduate level;
2. By passing an approved foreign language proficiency examination.