The University of Chicago has several programs if you want a masters degree or need more training to make a successful application to a doctoral program. The innovative one-year Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences encourages graduate work with History faculty within a context of interdisciplinary social-science training, individualized curriculum, and intensive counseling for subsequent employment or further study. Other MA programs in International Relations and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies welcome applicants who have a specific regional focus in mind. There are also joint degree programs available for those interested in history and the social sciences but who also want to earn degrees in law, public policy, or business.
Admissions: Apply through the Division of the Social Sciences.
Campus Visits: The University offer graduate tours throughout the year that are led by graduate students