The Department of History at Wright State University now offers graduate work, leading to the Master of Arts degree, in the history of war and society. Students may opt for a terminal “course-intensive” (i.e., non-thesis) MA, or a traditional MA with thesis. Our course offerings cover a broad geographical range, including Europe, the United States, Africa, Asia, and Latin America. The War & Society track is a special concentration (with certificate) within our MA program.
Program information regarding War & Society Studies at Wright State may be found here; general information about graduate programs in history at Wright State is available on the WSU History Department website.
And you can always contact the program coordinator, Prof. Paul Lockhart, at WarAndSociety@wright.edu.