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Options for Graduates in History

Consider graduate programs specializing in:

Archives
Business history
Contract work &consulting
Cultural resource management
Editing
Historic preservation
Historical administration
Historical agencies & societies
Historical archaeology
Historical interpretation
Local/community history
Material culture
Media
Museum studies
Oral history
Public policy studies

Or, areas of study such as:

Art & architectural history
Community & family history
Diplomatic history
Economic, industrial & technological history
Environmental & urban history
Geographic area history
Political & social history

Undergraduate history studies also provide sound foundations for advanced study in fields such as:

Anthropology
Archaeology
Business/management
Communications (journalism; publishing)
Economics
Education
Information & library sciences
International relations
Law
Library & archival science
Medical sciences
Museum studies
Political science
Public administration
Sociology
Theology or religion
Urban & regional planning

Whatever your goals, history can be your avocation.

Contribute time, expertise and funds to historical associations, societies, museums and libraries
Participate in historical reenactments
Preserve, restore and recreate historic resources
Read, research and write history