Online Master of Arts in World War II Studies
Are you interested in the effects and causes of World War II? Are you interested in the diplomatic, cultural and economic impacts of war? If so, Arizona State University’s online Master of Arts in World War II studies may be the perfect program for you. In this program, you’ll explore the second world war through a multitude of first-person and scholarly perspectives on the event and its geopolitical and cultural aftermath.
Next start date: 08/19/2021
Total classes: 10
Weeks per class: 7.5
Total credit hours: 30
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Why earn a master's in World War II studies?
This program gives you the opportunity to explore one of the most devastating and far-reaching conflicts in history. Through your online courses, you’ll gain critical insight into the causes and legacy that touched every continent across the globe.
Additionally, ASU’s partnership with The National World War II Museum presents you with an incredible opportunity to learn from leading experts in World War II from both organizations.
What will I learn from an online World War II studies degree?
The coursework builds an understanding of the timeline, causes, effects and major events of World War II. In this interdisciplinary program, you’ll explore the war's evolution through the lens of diplomacy, military campaigns, economic considerations and the impact on civilians. You’ll also gain a greater understanding of how governments and political systems have evolved over time.
Our World War II studies degree covers social and cultural themes and examines how humans respond to conflict, violence and genocide. Additionally, electives highlight the interdisciplinary focus of the program as you apply knowledge of the impact of World War II through film and literature, philosophy and sites of memory.
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What can I do with a master’s in World War II studies?
The knowledge and skills gained through an in-depth study of World War II are highly transferable. These skills lend themselves to a variety of industries, including:
World War II master’s degree requirements
Applicants must fulfill the requirements of both the Graduate College and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
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