Online Degree Programs in History
The Department of History in the College of Arts and Sciences at The University of Memphis offers both the Bachelor of Arts in History and the Master of Arts in History online. Students are able to complete their education at a major university with the flexibility and convenience of an online environment. More than two dozen History Department faculty teach courses that cover all major geographic areas and time periods. The online programs particular strengths include U.S. History; Women, Gender, and Family; Asia; and Medieval Europe. Please use the links below for a complete listing of the online course catalog.
You may complete this degree entirely online by combining online courses with courses offered at the University of Memphis campus, or by combining University of Memphis courses (online and on campus) with a limited number of approved courses transferred from other institutions (see Bachelor’s Degree in History for more information).
Dr Chrystal Goudsouzian, 901.678.5339, 143 Mitchell, supervises all advising of undergraduate students within the Department of History. If you are an entirely online student, or take a significant number of online courses, you should be advised by the Online Coordinator, Amanda Lee Savage, 901.678.1677, 145 Mitchell.
Students enrolled this program must complete all of their degree requirements online. Up to 12 credit hours earned at another university may be applied to the degree. For more information about our graduate program and the online M.A. in History, see Graduate Programs.
Dr Daniel Unowsky, 901.678.3385, 131 Mitchell, is the Director of Graduate Studies. See him for any matters relating to the graduate program in History.
To ask about forms, deadlines, check on the status of your application, and other such questions, contact the Graduate Secretary, Karen Jackett, 901.678.1366, 219B3 Mitchell.
For several years the UM Online MA in History has been ranked among the top 10 best colleges to pursue an online masters degree.