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History
Admits Fall term, Deadline for applications is December 1.


The following supporting documents are necessary for a complete application (unless noted otherwise, all are uploaded to the online application):

  • Academic statement of purpose (uploaded to application)
  • Writing sample (35 pages max.) (uploaded to application)
  • Three letters of recommendation (recommenders are registered on online application and their letters uploaded to online letter system)
  • One copy of the degree transcript (uploaded to online application and mailed to Rackham)
  • CV or resume (uploaded)
All U.S. citizens, U.S. permanent residents, and international students who have received a degree from a U.S. institution are required to take the GRE. International students, who did not receive a degree from a US institution, are required to submit scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). The Test of Spoken English (TSE) is also strongly encouraged for non-native English speakers.
Please use the following information when completing the application.
Code: 00224. Academic Program: History; Ph.D.

Faculty

Chair: Professor Kathleen Canning

Associate Chair: Penny Von Eschen

Professors: Frances X. Blouin, Howard Brick, Charles Bright, Kathleen Canning, Chun-shu Chang, Juan R. Cole, Phil Deloria, Gregory Dowd, Geoff Eley, John Fine, Katherine French, Kevin Gaines, Dena Goodman, Clement Hawes, David J. Hancock, Gabrielle Hecht, Joel Howell, Nancy Hunt, Paul Johnson, Susan Juster, Mary Kelley, Valerie A. Kivelson, Victor B. Lieberman, Rudi Paul Lindner, Tomoko Masuzawa, Terrence J. McDonald, Tiya Miles, Deborah Dash Moore, Regina Morantz-Sanchez, Rudolf Mrazek, Martin S. Pernick, Derek Peterson, Brian Porter-Szücs, Rebecca J. Scott, Mrinalini Sinha, Scott Spector, Paulo Squatriti, Ronald Suny, Hitomi Tonomura, Raymond Van Dam, Jeffrey Veidlinger, Maris A. Vinovskis and Penny Von Eschen

Associate Professors: Paulina Alberto, Kathryn Babayan, Pamela Ballinger, John Carson, Pär Cassel, Sueann Caulfield, Rita Chin, Joshua Cole, James Cook, Matthew Countryman, Christian de Pee, Paul Edwards, Dario Gaggio, William Glover, Jesse Hoffnung-Garskof, Diane O. Hughes, Kali Israel, Martha S. Jones, Victoria Langland, Matthew Lassiter, Farina Mir, Anthony Mora, Ian Moyer, Rachel Neis, Douglas Northrop, Leslie Pincus, Helmut Puff, Richard Turits,and Michael Witgen

Assistant Professors: Stephen Berrey, Erdem Cipa, Deirdre de la Cruz, Hussein Fancy, Brandi Hughes, Michelle McClellan, Ellen Muehlberger, Dan Ramirez, Sherie Randolph, Perrin Selcer, Melanie Tanielian, and Rudolph (Butch) Ware

Lecturers: Jonathan Marwil, Ellen Poteet and Julius Scott

Adjunct Professors and Courtesy Appointments: George Alter, Professor; Bob Bain, Associate Professor; Michael Bonner, Professor; Sara Forsdyke, Professor; Kevin Graffagnino, Professor; Myron Gutmann, Professor; Powel Kazanjian, Assistant Professor; Scott Kurashige, Associate Professor; Erik Linstrom, Assistant Professor; Olga Mairova; Howard Markel, Professor; Jeffrey Mirel, William Novak, Professor; Professor; Margaret Somers, Professor; Alexandra Stern, Professor; Zheng Wang, Associate Professor;

Degree Programs

Interdepartmental Degree Programs

Various faculty of the department participate in the following interdepartmental degree programs:

Anthropology and History, Ph.D.
Greek and Roman History, Ph.D., Certificate
History and Women's Studies, Ph.D.

Degree Programs of the Department

Doctor of Philosophy (History)

Please visit the History Department’s webpage for specific Ph.D. requirements and application procedures. Advanced Rackham Graduate School requirements can be viewed on the Doctoral Degrees section of the Rackham Graduate School Academic Policies.

Contact

Department of History Graduate Program
University of Michigan
1029 Tisch Hall
435 S State St
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1003
Phone: (734) 764-6358
Fax: (734) 647-4881
E-mail:
Website: http://www.lsa.umich.edu/history/graduate

Courses

The following courses constitute the range of approved offerings at the time of the assembly of the publication. For more detailed and current information write directly to the department.

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History (Subject Code: HISTORY)
400.  Prob Greek Hist I.  (2 to 3 credits)

401.  Prob Greek Hist II.  (2 to 3 credits)

402.  Prob Roman Hist I.  (2 to 3 credits)

403.  Prob Roman Hist II.  (2 to 3 credits)

404.  Later Roman Empire.  (2 to 3 credits)

405/CLCIV 476/RELIGION 476.  Pagans&Christn.  (3 to 4 credits)

406/JUDAIC 406.  Church & the Jews.  (3 credits)

408.  Byzantine 284-867.  (2 to 3 credits)

409.  Byzantine 867-1453.  (2 to 3 credits)

410/MEMS 410.  Medieval Classics.  Advisory pre-requisite: Sophomore or above and one course in HISTORY or HISTART  (3 credits)

412/MEMS 414.  Florentine Ren.  (2 to 3 credits)

413/MEMS 413.  Ital Ren.  (2 to 3 credits)

414/MEMS 428.  N Renaiss&Reform.  (2 to 3 credits)

415/ASIAN 415.  Law & Soc in China.  Advisory pre-requisite: Junior or senior standing. No prior knowledge of China or Chinese required  (3 credits)

416/GERMAN 401.  19C Intell Hist.  (3 credits)

417/GERMAN 402.  20C Ger Thought.  (3 credits)

418.  19th C Germany.  (3 credits)

419.  20th C Germany.  (3 credits)

420.  Modern Germany.  (3 credits)

421/RELIGION 421/LACS 421/AAS 421.  Afdiaspora Religions.  (3 credits)

422/ASIAN 400/RELIGION 400.  Indian Rel/West Thot.  Advisory pre-requisite: Junior and above.  (3 credits)

423/ASIAN 423.  Premod S Asia Topics.  (3 to 4 credits)

424/ASIAN 424.  Modern S Asia Topics.  (3 to 4 credits)

425.  French Revolution.  (2 to 3 credits)

427.  Mag,Rel&Sci E M Eng.  (3 credits)

428/AAPTIS 462.  Rise Islam.  Advisory pre-requisite: Junior standing or permission of instructor. Taught in English.  (3 credits)

429/WOMENSTD 471/AAPTIS 495/RELIGION 496.  Gender Islam.  Advisory pre-requisite: Students should preferably have had one course in Islamic Studies.  (3 credits)

430.  Balkans 6c to 1878.  (2 to 3 credits)

431.  Balkans Since 1878.  (2 to 3 credits)

432.  Med&Erly Mod Russia.  (2 to 3 credits)

433.  Russia Under Tsars.  (3 credits)

434.  20th Century Russia.  (3 to 4 credits)

435/JUDAIC 435/RUSSIAN 435.  Cult Hist Russ Jews.  (3 credits)

438.  Ante Bellum South.  (2 to 3 credits)

439.  Post Bellum South.  (3 credits)

442/AAPTIS 461.  Mdvl Near East.  Advisory pre-requisite: Junior standing.  (3 credits)

443/AAPTIS 487.  Mod Mid East History.  (4 credits)

444.  African Hist Topics.  (3 credits)

445.  Topics In History.  (3 credits)

446.  Soc Intel-Mod China.  (3 credits)

447.  Early Modern Eurasia.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate Standing.  (3 credits)

448/WOMENSTD 448.  Gend & Family: China.  (3 credits)

450/ASIAN 450.  Japan to 1700.  (3 credits)

451/ASIAN 451.  Japans Mod Transform.  (3 credits)

452/SEAS 452.  Late Colonial SEAsia.  (2 to 3 credits)

453/SEAS 453.  Post Colonial SEAsia.  (2 to 3 credits)

455.  India to 1526.  (3 credits)

456.  Mughal India.  (2 to 3 credits)

457.  Colonial India.  (2 to 3 credits)

458.  20th C South Asia.  (2 to 3 credits)

459.  Gend Med Cult U.S..  (2 to 3 credits)

460.  Colonial America.  (2 to 3 credits)

461/AMCULT 462.  American Revolution.  (2 to 4 credits)

462.  U S 1789 to 1830.  (2 to 3 credits)

463.  Anteb Soc & Cvl War.  (2 to 3 credits)

464/AMCULT 464.  Civ War&Reconstr Era.  (3 credits)

466.  War and Reform, U.S..  (3 to 4 credits)

468.  US History Topics.  (3 credits)

469.  Precolonial SE Asia.  (3 credits)

471/WOMENSTD 470.  Gender in India.  (3 credits)

472.  Asian Hist Topics.  (3 credits)

473/AAS 473/LACS 483.  Brazil: Hist & Cult.  (3 credits)

474/HB 607.  Hist Age U S.  (2 to 3 credits)

475.  Amer Constitnl Law.  (3 to 4 credits)

476/LHC 412.  Amer Bus History.  Advisory pre-requisite: Junior, senior, or graduate standing  (3 credits)

477.  Law, Hist&Social Chg.  (2 to 3 credits)

478.  Top Lat Amer Hist.  (2 to 3 credits)

479.  Russian Orth Church.  (3 to 4 credits)

480.  Caucasus Conf&Diplom.  (3 credits)

481.  Europe Hist Topics.  (3 credits)

482.  Diversity of Poland.  (3 credits)

483.  18th Century Russia.  Advisory pre-requisite: Some background in history or Russian studies.  (3 credits)

484/AAPTIS 464.  Perso-Islamic Civ.  Advisory pre-requisite: Junior standing or permission of instructor  (3 credits)

485/GERMAN 465/MEMS 475.  Marriage:Med Ger.  (2 to 3 credits)

486.  Soc Erl Mod England.  Advisory pre-requisite: Upperclass standing  (3 credits)

489.  RomCathChur1775-2005.  (2 to 4 credits)

492/GEOG 492/AAPTIS 492.  PreMod Geog Cartogr.  (3 credits)

493/ECON 493.  Euro Econ Hist.  Required pre-requisite: ECON 401 (C- or better) or Graduate  (3 credits)

494/ECON 494.  Ec Hist Topic.  Required pre-requisite: ECON 401 (C- or better) or Graduate  (3 credits)

495.  World Mongols Made.  (3 credits)

508.  Tec,Colonialism&Dev.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (3 credits)

509/ANTHRCUL 508.  Emp&Cult Brit India.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

512.  Britain 1714-1832.  Advisory pre-requisite: HISTORY 111 or 221.  (2 to 3 credits)

514.  Brit Emp 1783-1901.  (2 to 3 credits)

518/MEMS 425.  Jews&Christians.  Advisory pre-requisite: MEMS,Upperclass standing.  (3 credits)

526.  France Since 1870.  (2 to 3 credits)

533.  Revol Russia.  (3 credits)

534.  Sov U Since 1945.  Advisory pre-requisite: HISTORY 434 or permission of instructor.  (2 to 3 credits)

535/ARMENIAN 535.  Armenia 20th C.  Advisory pre-requisite: HISTORY 287/ARMENIAN 287  (2 to 3 credits)

537/AAPTIS 463.  Crusades.  Advisory pre-requisite: Junior standing.  (3 credits)

548/HISTART 504/POLSCI 502/ANTHRCUL 502/CCS 502/ASIAN 502.  China Humanistic St.  Advisory pre-requisite: Permission of instructor.  (3 credits)

549/SOC 527/CCS 501/ANTHRCUL 501/ASIAN 501/POLSCI 501.  China Social Science.  Advisory pre-requisite: Permission of instructor.  (3 credits)

552.  Early Mod S E Asia.  (2 to 3 credits)

560.  U S Social to 1865.  (2 to 4 credits)

562.  Am Intell to 1870.  (2 to 3 credits)

570.  Hist of Amer Educ.  (2 to 3 credits)

572/AMCULT 533/AAS 533.  Blk Civ Rights.  (2 to 3 credits)

573/AAS 532.  Race Rel Civ.  (2 to 3 credits)

576.  Colonial Latin Amer.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

577.  History of Brazil.  (3 credits)

578/AAS 478/LACS 400.  Eth Cul L Am.  Advisory pre-requisite: AAS 202  (3 credits)

586.  Scientific Revolutn.  (2 to 3 credits)

590.  Topics Mini-Course.  (1 to 2 credits)

591.  Euro Hist Topics.  Advisory pre-requisite: Upper-class standing.  (3 credits)

592.  Asian Topics.  (3 credits)

593.  U.S. Topics.  Advisory pre-requisite: Upper-class standing.  (3 credits)

594.  Topics in History.  (3 credits)

595/AAS 595.  African Topics.  Advisory pre-requisite: CAAS 200  (3 credits)

596.  Dir Area Studies.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

600/SI 580.  Records & Archives.  (3 credits)

601.  Quant Stdy U S Hist.  (3 credits)

604.  Comp Study Prob.  (3 credits)

605.  Ancient Indian Hist.  (3 credits)

606.  Tech,Knowledge, Cult.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

607/ANTHRCUL 666/SOC 666.  Prac&Soc Chg.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (2 to 3 credits)

608.  Stdy Chin Histgrphy.  Advisory pre-requisite: JR/SR P.I.  (3 credits)

609/ASIAN 609.  Tang-Song-Yuan China.  (3 credits)

610.  Grd Colloq Wrld&Glob.  (3 credits)

611.  Lit American Hist.  (3 credits)

612/AMCULT 616.  Native Amer History.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

613.  Devel Amer Society.  Advisory pre-requisite: JR/SR P.I.  (3 credits)

615.  Intr Comparatv Stdy.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (3 credits)

616.  European History I.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (3 credits)

617/ANTHRCUL 619/LACS 619.  Prosem Latcar.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

618/LACS 618/ANTHRCUL 618.  Erly Ethn S Am.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

619/SI 719/RACKHAM 619.  Science Tech&Med.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (3 credits)

620.  Medicine & Health.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing; Juniors or seniors with permission of instructor.  (3 credits)

621/WOMENSTD 621.  Stdy Women's Hst.  Advisory pre-requisite: Juniors and seniors with permission of instructor.  (3 credits)

622/ECON 663.  Topc Wrld Ec Hist I.  Advisory pre-requisite: ECON 401, Intermediate economic theory/statistics  (3 credits)

623/ECON 664.  Topc Wrld Ec Hist II.  Advisory pre-requisite: ECON 401, Intermediate economic theory/statistics  (3 credits)

624/ASIANPAM 614.  Asian Amer History.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing  (3 credits)

625.  Study Balkan Hist.  (3 credits)

626.  Stdy Byzantine Hist.  (3 credits)

628/JUDAIC 628.  Studies-Jewish Hist.  (3 credits)

629/AAS 629.  Stdy Afr Hist.  (3 credits)

630.  Intro Greek&Roman St.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

631.  Greek Studies I.  (3 credits)

632/GREEK 631.  Greek History.  Advisory pre-requisite: Junior/Senior/permission of instructor.  (3 credits)

633.  Roman Studies.  Advisory pre-requisite: JR/SR P.I.  (3 credits)

634.  Roman Studies II.  (3 credits)

635/NATIVEAM 661/AMCULT 661.  E.N.AM Frontiers1840.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing  (3 credits)

636.  Nationalism&Culture.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

637/SI 637.  Res Sem on Arch&Inst.  Advisory pre-requisite: SI 580/HISTORY 600 or permission of instructor  (3 credits)

638.  Stdy Medieval Hist.  (3 credits)

639/REEES 639/MENAS 639.  Central Eurasia.  (3 credits)

640.  Stdy Early Mod Eur.  Advisory pre-requisite: Reading knowledge of one European language.  (3 credits)

641.  Stdys 20 C Euro Hist.  (3 credits)

642.  Stdys 18c Europe.  (3 credits)

643.  Stdy 19c Europe.  Advisory pre-requisite: Reading knowledge of at least one European language.  (3 credits)

644.  Study Modern Europe.  Advisory pre-requisite: Reading knowledge of at least one European language.  (3 credits)

645.  Prob Russian Soc.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

646/WOMENSTD 646.  Reading Gender Hist.  (3 credits)

647.  Transfrm Id Mod Eur.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

648/ANTHRCUL 648.  Sem-Anthro & Hist I.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing  (3 credits)

649.  Blk Wom Pol&Soc Hist.  (3 credits)

650.  Study of Religion.  (3 credits)

651.  Stdy Mod French.  Advisory pre-requisite: Reading knowledge of French.  (3 credits)

652.  Stdy Eastern Euro.  (3 credits)

653.  Study 20c E Europe.  (3 credits)

654.  Stdy Mod Russian.  (3 credits)

655.  Hist Soviet Union.  (3 credits)

657.  Stdy Pre Petrin Rus.  Advisory pre-requisite: JR/SR P.I.  (2 to 4 credits)

659.  Stdy British Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: Junior or senior or permission of instructor  (3 credits)

660.  Study Engl 16-17 C.  Advisory pre-requisite: JR/SR P.I.  (3 credits)

661/SI 541.  Know & Info Infrastr.  (3 credits)

663/AAPTIS 663.  Pers Historiog.  Advisory pre-requisite: AAPTIS 461 or 464, Reading knowledge of Persian is helpful. Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

664/AAPTIS 661.  Mod Mid East.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

665/AAPTIS 662.  Med Ar Hstorgr.  Advisory pre-requisite: AAPTIS 461; Graduate standing. Reading knowledge of Arabic is not required, though helpful.  (3 credits)

667.  Stu Anc Emp Se Asia.  Advisory pre-requisite: JR/SR P.I.  (3 credits)

668/ASIAN 668.  Early Chin Hst.  (3 credits)

669.  Late Imperial China.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

670.  19c Chinese Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: JR/SR P.I.  (2 to 4 credits)

671.  20c Chinese Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: JR/SR P.I.  (3 credits)

672.  Life, World, Story.  (3 credits)

673.  Pre-Mod Japanese.  (3 credits)

674.  Mod Southeast Asia.  (3 credits)

675.  Theorizing Religion.  (3 credits)

676.  Stdy Modern Japan.  Advisory pre-requisite: JR/SR P.I.  (3 credits)

678.  Modern South Asia.  (3 credits)

679.  Legal Hist Workshop.  (2 to 3 credits)

680.  Colonial America.  (3 credits)

683.  US Hist 1815-1865.  Advisory pre-requisite: JR/SR P.I.  (3 credits)

685/AMCULT 685.  Amer Intell Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing; upperclass standing with permission of instructor.  (3 credits)

686/AMCULT 686.  Am Cult Hist.  (3 credits)

687/AAS 687.  Stdy Blk Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing; seniors with permission of instructor.  (3 credits)

688.  Stdy 20 C Am Hist.  (3 credits)

690/PUBPOL 690.  R&Eth Intl Rel.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (3 credits)

691.  Lat Amer&Carib Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: Reading knowledge of Spanish or Portuguese highly desirable.  (3 credits)

692/LACS 692.  Colnl Soc Am.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

693.  Comp Meth Hist Inq.  Advisory pre-requisite: JR/SR P.I.  (2 to 4 credits)

695/AAS 695.  Compar Hst Cult.  (3 credits)

696.  Study-Ottoman Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: JR/SR P.I.  (3 credits)

697.  Stdy Historiography.  Advisory pre-requisite: JR/SR P.I.  (2 to 4 credits)

698.  Topics in History.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

699/AAS 699.  Interpret&Meth.  Advisory pre-requisite: HISTORY 274/AAS 230 and HISTORY 275/AAS 231 and permission of instructor.  (2 to 3 credits)

700.  Independent Res Sem.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (1 to 3 credits)

701.  Sem Ancient Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (2 to 3 credits)

702.  Sem Ancient Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (2 to 3 credits)

704.  Early Mod&Mod Europ.  Advisory pre-requisite: HISTORY 616. Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (1 credits)

707.  Med Soc&Cult Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (2 to 3 credits)

711.  Sem Ottoman Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (3 credits)

715.  Sem Early Mod Euro.  Advisory pre-requisite: Reading knowledge of French or German. Graduate standing.  (2 to 3 credits)

718.  19th C European Hist.  (2 to 3 credits)

719.  Sem Mod Euro Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (2 to 3 credits)

724/WOMENSTD 724.  Writing Gend Hstries.  (3 credits)

729/SOC 729.  Pol Transform.  Advisory pre-requisite: SOC 100, 195, or 300; reading knowledge of one European language other than English; Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (2 to 3 credits)

737/SI 737.  Res Sem on Arch&Inst.  Advisory pre-requisite: Doctoral student status  (3 credits)

742.  Sem-Balkan Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: Reading knowledge of French, German, Russian, or a Balkan language. Graduate standing.  (2 to 3 credits)

744.  Sem Russian History.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (2 to 3 credits)

745.  Sem-Pol&E Eur Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: Reading knowledge of one: Polish, Czech, Slovak, Ukrainian, Russian. Graduate standing.  (2 to 3 credits)

748/ANTHRCUL 748.  Sem-Anth & Hist II.  (3 credits)

749.  Sem Mod Nr & Mid E.  (2 to 3 credits)

752.  Modern Chinese.  Advisory pre-requisite: Command of elementary Chinese essential. Graduate standing.  (2 to 3 credits)

755.  Early Chinese Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: Reading knowledge of Chinese. Graduate standing.  (2 to 3 credits)

756.  Soc&Pol Mod India.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (2 to 3 credits)

760.  Womens History.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (2 to 3 credits)

761.  Sem Early Amer Hist.  (3 credits)

765.  Amer Mid Period.  (3 credits)

770.  Sem 20th C Am Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (2 to 3 credits)

771.  U.S. History Res Sem.  (3 credits)

772/PUBPOL 770.  Sem Am Soc Hst.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (2 to 3 credits)

773.  Sem Amer Urban Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (2 to 3 credits)

778/AMCULT 778.  Amer Intell Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: HISTORY 685 or 686, or permission of instructor, and Graduate standing.  (2 to 3 credits)

781/AAS 781.  Sem-Blk Am His.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (2 to 3 credits)

786/AAS 786.  African Hist Seminar.  (3 credits)

790.  Getng Documnts Speak.  (3 credits)

793/MENAS 695/AAPTIS 793.  Stdy Near E.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

796.  Topics in History.  (3 credits)

798.  Sem Comp Study.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (2 to 3 credits)

799.  Quan Meth&Data Anal.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (1 to 6 credits)

801.  Reading Course.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (1 to 3 credits)

802.  Reading Course.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (1 to 3 credits)

803.  Read for Gen Exam.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (1 to 3 credits)

804.  Read for Gen Exam.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (1 to 3 credits)

806/GREEK 806.  Grk Law&Rhet.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

807.  Hist&the Instruc Exp.  (1 to 3 credits)

808.  History Pedagogy I.  (1 credits)

809.  History Pedagogy II.  (1 credits)

810.  History Pedagogy III.  (1 credits)

811.  Teaching Practicum.  (1 credits)

812.  Sem Hist Pedagogy.  Advisory pre-requisite: Second-year Graduate standing or higher.  (3 credits)

824.  Late Imperial China.  Advisory pre-requisite: Reading knowledge of Chinese. Graduate standing.  (2 to 3 credits)

825/CHIN 825/ANTHRCUL 825/POLSCI 825/ECON 825/SOC 825.  Chinese Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: Knowledge of Chinese or Japanese.  (2 to 3 credits)

826.  Pre-Mod Jap Hist.  Advisory pre-requisite: HISTORY 673, reading knowledge of Japanese, Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (2 to 3 credits)

827/AAPTIS 660.  Prb&Mth Med.  Advisory pre-requisite: AAPTIS 461/HISTORY 442 and Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

830/ANTHRCUL 830.  Anthro/Hist Workshop.  (1 credits)

891.  Diss Res/Writing Sem.  (3 credits)

898.  Dissertation Colloq.  Advisory pre-requisite: Ph.D. candidacy status. Graduate standing.  (1 credits)

900.  Prep for Prelims.  Advisory pre-requisite: Normally to be taken only in the term in which a student plans to take his general preliminary examinations. Graduate standing and permission of instructor.  (1 to 6 credits)

990.  Diss-Precand.  Advisory pre-requisite: Election for dissertation work by doctoral student not yet admitted as a Candidate. Graduate standing.  (1 to 8 credits)

993.  G S I Training.  Advisory pre-requisite: Must have Teaching Assistant award. Graduate standing.  (1 credits)

995.  Diss-Cand.  Required pre-requisite: Candidate  (4 or 8 credits)

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Program Statistics

Ph.D. Admissions
Fall 2013 5 year Average
Number of applications 311 271
Number of new doctoral students 14 15
Ph.D. Enrollment
Fall 2013 4 year Average
Total enrollment 107 114
Female 52% 49%
Male 48% 51%
International 19% 19%
U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident 81% 81%
Ph.D. Enrollment, U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident, by Race
Fall 2013 4 year Average
African American 9% 7%
Asian American 6% 5%
Hispanic (one or more races) 10% 10%
Native American 0% 2%
Pacific Islander 0% 0%
White 72% 73%
Two or more races (excludes Hispanic) 2% 3%
Not indicated 0% 0%
Ph.D. Degree
2013 5 year Average
Number of degrees awarded 16 18
Median years to Ph.D. 6.9 7.1
Percent of students who entered the doctoral program between 2000-01 and 2004-05 and completed the Ph.D. as of August 31, 2013 68%
Funding (external funding paid directly to Ph.D. students, without being disbursed by the University, is not included)
2013 4 year Average
Enrolled Ph.D. students with tuition AND stipend support 92% 83%
Enrolled Ph.D. students with tuition OR stipend support (in many cases, students competed successfully for external funding and did not need additional financial support) 8% 11%
Enrolled Ph.D. students who received no financial support (in many cases, students competed successfully for external funding and did not need additional financial support) 0% 6%
Ph.D. Placement Data
Position type first year after graduation, 2009 - 2013 cohorts Position type five years after graduation, 2005 - 2009 cohorts
Tenure-track faculty 27% 72%
Postdoctoral / Traineeship / Fellowship 22% 2%
Non-Tenure Track Faculty / University Researcher / University Administrator 26% 15%
Business / Industry 2% 0%
Other professional employment / Government / Non-Profit 0% 0%
Not employed 5% 1%
No data available 16% 9%
Total Ph.D.s awarded 91 86

These data will be updated annually in December.