Doctoral Program Columbia has been one of the most important centers of graduate education in history since modern Ph.D. programs began in America over a century ago. Recipients of our degrees hold distinguished positions in virtually every major university in the United States, and in many abroad.
The Graduate Program Columbia has been one of the most important centers of graduate education in history since modern Ph.D. programs began in America over a century ago. Our Department has a strongly international character, and our faculty and students are diverse in interests, origins, and intellectual orientations.
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Our program is designed for students who seek the Ph.D. Although students entering without a Master’s degree earn an M.A. in History in the course of their study here, we do not admit full-time students who wish only to earn a Master’s degree. We attract students from all parts of the country and from many parts of the world.
At the heart of the program is the two-year dissertation, an original scholarly work based on empirical research and analysis. Students spend the first year at Columbia University in the City of New York and the second year at the London School of Economics, and receive degrees from both institutions.
The History and Education graduate program, explores broad questions in education by looking at them through a historical lens. Through this academically rigorous graduate degree, you’ll be stretched intellectually as you pursue answers to the questions most important to you. While the largest.
Columbia University, Department of History (New York City, NY): Every student entering the Ph.D. program will receive a full fellowship (tuition, fees, and a stipend) upon admission.
The Department does not offer advanced standing to any incoming PhD students, including those who have earned their MAs from Columbia. Students who already have an MA will still be expected to fulfill the requirements for the sequential MA in the first year of the PhD program.
UBC’s Department of History offers two graduate degree programs: a Master of Arts (MA) and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). Working closely with faculty supervisors, our graduate students engage with cutting-edge scholarship and produce their own path-breaking research.
Richard R. John is a historian who specializes in the history of business, technology, communications, and American political development. He teaches and advises graduate students in Columbia’s Ph.D. program in communications, and is member of the core faculty of the Columbia history department, where he teaches courses on the history of capitalism and the history of communications.
The Columbia School of Social Work’s Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program has produced many of the world’s most influential leaders in social work and social welfare scholarship since its inception in 1950.
LSE-Columbia University Double Degree in International and World History, 2018. Abigail is currently a Princeton University PhD student in Near Eastern Studies. Read more. Carla Coley LSE-Columbia University Double Degree in International and World History, 2018. Carla is currently a Director of BLJ Worldwide. Read more.
Columbia's Department of English and Comparative Literature has played a significant role in the history of literary study in the United States and abroad since its inception. With a large faculty of renowned scholars and dedicated teachers, our department offers a wide range of courses, recognizing traditional values in the discipline yet.
The departments and programs listed below offer courses of study leading to the degree of Master of Arts (MA). Some of these departments or programs also offer courses of study leading to the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree. For such programs, applicants wishing to pursue both the MA and PhD degree should apply directly to the PhD program.
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What is a History Graduate Program? History graduate programs are research-based, programs that allow students to focus their attention on the history of specific eras, regions, cultural groups, or even a set of historical events. Course topics sometimes cross over with politics, the arts, anthropology, and other liberal arts subject areas. Graduate history programs are offered from masters.
While Columbia MA and PhD students may enroll in the same graduate courses, recipients of the free-standing MA in Art History will be considered for admission to the PhD program only upon submission of a separate PhD application.
All historians in EALAC are affiliated with Columbia’s History Department and our graduate students in Chinese history are admitted either through EALAC or History, have access to the courses and resources of both departments, and are expected to fulfill shared requirements as stipulated by the joint History-East Asia Program that bridges the.
Columbia University is committed to training its Ph.D. students to become distinguished teachers as well as distinguished scholars in their field. GSAS requires that all Ph.D. students teach at least two terms as a requirement for the Ph.D. degree.