Students will engage in a discipline that examines evidence to reconstruct and understand the past in order to provide an explanation of the present - how we got where we are and where we are potentially headed. Graduates from this discipline have gone on to work in such positions as: publications director, archivist, genealogist, legislative aide, press agent, production consultant, immigration officer, intelligence analyst, and lawyer.
The University of Lethbridge recognizes the importance of quality graduate education for students and offers graduate degrees in diverse disciplines. Within the Department of History this includes
- Master of Arts (MA) in History
- Individualized Multidisciplinary Major (MA) or (MSc)
Please note: The Department of History expects a 3.3 GPA for entry into our Masters Program. You will need to find a Graduate Studies Supervisor in your area of interest prior to application to the Graduate Studies Program.
Faculty at the University of Lethbridge hold wide-ranging areas of expertise, and we invite you to explore these opportunities further:
- Explore the U of L's Research Centres & Institutes
- Meet our Faculty
- Experts List
- Campus Directory
- How to Find a Supervisor (only applicable for MA/MSc/PhD in Arts and Science)
To find out more about Graduate Studies opportunities, application deadlines, funding, and other information related to your graduate degree, please visit the School of Graduate Studies or contact the Department of History directly.
Four-year bachelor’s degree
Minimum GPA of 3.0 (based on 4.0 scale) on last 20 university-graded courses
ELP if required – iBT TOEFL = 93 or IELTS – at least 6.5 with no band less than 5.5