Graduate Studies

Our three graduate degree programs challenge students to put history into practice through research, writing and public engagement.

Graduate Degrees

​Your graduate experience begins with an ideal location--minutes from the world-renowned Research Triangle, adjacent to other major universities, archives, museums, historic sites, and parks. History graduate students conduct research alongside our award-winning faculty and engage in the world around them in local, county and state institutions, through the online​ Graduate Journal of History, which publishes research from the NC State Graduate Student History Conference, and the Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies

With more than 25 full-time faculty members who cover a range of historical interests, our programs allow you to enjoy small, seminar-style classes and close relationships with faculty mentors and advisors.