A first-of-its-kind master’s in history
For more than 150 years, SUNY Cortland has set the bar in teacher education. The university’s new online master’s program in history offers further proof.
- For teachers and translators of history: The program is ideal for social studies teachers seeking a master’s or anyone who works in educational roles in museums, archives or other settings.
- Unique in approach: Relevant class topics include a required course devoted to the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL), which dives deep into how people learn history.
- Strong faculty mentors: History Department faculty members are passionate about what they do: exploring new ideas, leading discussions and building professional relationships with students.
- Flexible and manageable: The 31-credit program is offered fully online with synchronous meetings at convenient times.
Learn more about the program from Laura Gathagan, associate professor and graduate coordinator.
Contact the Graduate Admissions Office with questions about the application process.