- Upper Division Form History B.A. (non-Teaching) (rev. June 2017)
- Upper Division Form History B.S. (non-Teaching) (rev. June 2017)
- Upper-division forms list out on one document all the classes you need to complete your program: general education; classes in the major; the minor; language; electives. You can see your whole degree at a glance and so use the document as a worksheet. Teacher licensure students have a special form. Also, during your junior year you fill out one of these forms formally and turn it in for a graduation check.
- Upper Division Form History B.A. Teacher Licensure (rev. June 2017)
- Upper Division Form History B.S. Teacher Licensure (rev. June 2017)
- Geographic Distributions of History Upper Division Courses
- The courses in the history major are divided by geographic region: classes in American history; classes in European; classes in Global. Majors are required to complete two classes from each category. The link attached here shows which classes belong in each geographical category.
- Intent to Graduate
If you do not see the form you need in the above list, please visit the University's A-Z Forms Index.
- Graduate Assistantship Application
- Center for Historic Preservation's Application for Student Academic Support
- AGSH Student Funding Opportunities for Travel to Conferences
- Degree Plan for Master of Arts in History
- Thesis Advisory Committee and Advancement to Candidacy Form
- College of Graduate Studies Thesis/Dissertation Checklist
- Intent to Graduate
If you do not see the form you need in the above list, please visit the College of Graduate Studies Forms Page.
Department of History
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Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Peck Hall 223
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Oral History Association
The executive offices of the Oral History Association have opened at MTSU and will be here for the next five years.
The office will be co-directed by Albert Gore Research Center Director Louis Kyriakoudes and History Professor Kristine McCusker.
The Offices are located in Peck Hall, Room 217.