GRADUATE HISTORY PROGRAMS

An articulation agreement between Albright College and the University of Delaware offers Albright graduates streamlined admission to select master’s programs in Delaware’s School of Public Policy and Administration. Under the terms of the agreement, qualifying Albright undergraduates receive conditional acceptance prior to completion of their baccalaureate degree.

The following is a partial listing of History graduate programs pursued by Albright College graduates over the past few years. For more information, please contact the History Department at 610. 921. 7810 or the Experiential Learning and Career Development Center at 610. 921.7630, elcdc@alb.edu.

East Stroudsburg University, Master of Art in History, East Stroudsburg, PA
George Mason University, Master of Art in American History, Fairfax, VA
Lehigh University, Master of Art in History, Bethlehem, PA
Lehigh University, Master of Arts in American Studies with Womens Studies Certificate,
Bethlehem, PA
Rugters, State University of NJ, Master of Art in Public History, New Brunswick, NJ
Seton Hall University, Master of Art in Museum Professions, South Orange, NJ
Shippensburg University, Master of Art in History, Shippensburg, PA
Temple University, Ph.D. in Art History, Philadelphia, PA
University of Chicago, Master of Art in History, Chicago, IL
University of Delaware, Ph.D. in History, Newark, DE
University of Maryland, Master of Art in Music History, College Park, MD
University of Pennsylvania, Master of Science in Historic Preservation, Philadelphia, PA
Villanova University, Master of Art in History, Villanova, PA
Villanova University, Master of Art in History / International Affairs, Villanova, PA

Prepared by the Albright College Experiential Learning and Career Development Center, 2010