The program covers a range of historical and cultural periods taught by ASU’s award-winning faculty and is ideal for working professionals, K12 teachers, and life-long learners seeking to advance their skill set and knowledge base.
In addition to working as professional historians, people with advanced degrees in history often work in education, the military, law, journalism, museum and archival settings, and public service. They share a passion for history and commitment to a rigorous and thorough examination of our past as a way to understand our present and shape our future.
The largest and most diverse unit at Arizona State University:
- Top 5 for best qualified graduates, according to Wall Street Journal
- Top 20 for humanities research, according to the National Science Foundation
- 20,000 enrolled students, 89 undergraduate majors, 134 graduate degrees and 22 interdisciplinary schools and departments
- $115 million in research expenditures
- #1 university in the nation for innovation