Graduate Certificate Program in History
This graduate certificate program is intended for high school teachers teaching dual/concurrent enrollment courses and community college faculty who need additional graduate study in order to meet the minimum qualifications of the Higher Learning Commission and other regional accreditors. NOTE: Each institution offering college-level instruction retains sole responsibility for determining if and how its faculty members meet the accreditor’s faculty qualifications.
- HI 701: American Historiography to 1877
- HI 702: American Historiography since 1877
- History electives: 12 hours
Why Emporia State?
- You will learn from professors with specialties in areas such as Kansas and Great Plains history, political campaigns and activism, gender history, colonial America, Irish and English history, 19th century and Civil War history and national security, South American politics, feminist geography, Southeast Asian government policy, U.S. conservatism, and environmental ethics.
- Emporia State is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
- Emporia State ranked No. 1 among Kansas colleges and universities for both online graduate education and online non-MBA programs by U.S. News & World Report.
- Nationally, Emporia State ranked No. 30 of 267 schools for its graduate education programs by U.S. News & World Report.
- Enroll in the ESU Graduate Certificate Program, complete the prescribed course of study, and receive the certificate.
- Enroll in the ESU Graduate Certificate Program, complete the prescribed courses for the certificate, then complete the remainder of the master’s curriculum.