M.A. in Holocaust and Genocide Studies

College of Arts and Humanities
Phase I- Core Content
HIS 523History of Germany3
HIS 543Jews In Modern European History3
HIS 545The Holocaust3
HIS 546Genocide In Modern History3
Phase II- Electives
Select four courses from the following:12
Communication & Persuasive Influence
Rhetoric And Leadership
Communication & Conflict Resolution
Criminological Theory
Topical Seminar in Criminal Justice
Sociological Foundations Of Education
Impact of Holocaust on Lit and Film
Literature Of The Holocaust
German for Reading
Racism, Bigotry, Prejudice
Nationalism & Democracy: 1815-1914
Europe Since 1914
Final Solution
Asocials And The Holocaust
Women And The Holocaust
Directed Readings in European History
Seminar in European History
Field Studies In History
Ethical Theories
Bioethics
Independent Studies in Philosophy
Advanced Social Psychology
Multicultural Psychology
Psychology of Group Processes
Phase III- Thesis or NonThesis Options
Select one of the following:6
Thesis Option
Thesis I: Research
Oral thesis defense
NonThesis Option
Research paper in one of the following:
The Holocaust
Genocide In Modern History
Seminar in American History
Seminar in European History
Seminar in History of non-Western World
Select two courses from the following:
Communication & Persuasive Influence
Rhetoric And Leadership
Communication & Conflict Resolution
Criminological Theory
Topical Seminar in Criminal Justice
Sociological Foundations Of Education
Impact of Holocaust on Lit and Film
Literature Of The Holocaust
German for Reading
Racism, Bigotry, Prejudice
Nationalism & Democracy: 1815-1914
Europe Since 1914
Final Solution
Asocials And The Holocaust
Women And The Holocaust
Directed Readings in European History
Seminar in European History
Field Studies In History
Ethical Theories
Bioethics
Independent Studies in Philosophy
Advanced Social Psychology
Multicultural Psychology
Psychology of Group Processes
Written comprehensive examination in the core content (Phase I)
Oral examination
Total Credits30

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