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The Master of Arts Program in History offers students a rigorous yet flexible program of study in the field of history. Rather than being merely a collection of courses, the History MA degree at UMass Boston requires intense commitment to historical scholarship and practice. The MA serves as a terminal degree for students seeking exposure to historical study before entering a variety of careers, as well as a preparatory degree for those interested in pursuing a PhD at another institution.

The History MA program is designed to enhance the research, writing, and analytical skills of students, as well as provide a broad and advanced background in history content. Our graduates have gone on to a variety of jobs, including high-school teachers, college history professors, museum professionals, archivists, public historians, and writers.

UMass Boston is an urban, public, research university – the only public university in Boston. Our location affords students access to a wide variety of archives, libraries, museums, and historical sites. The university sits on Columbia Point, which it shares with the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, the Massachusetts State Archives, and the Commonwealth Museum. As part of its overall mission, the UMass Boston History Department places great emphasis on bringing history to the broader public.

The Biology department considers a basic understanding of biological systems to be an essential skill in our increasingly technological society. The importance of research and experimentation in biology is stressed throughout the curriculum, which includes a strong focus on research experience through advanced labs and guided research on and off campus. 

The Biology Department offers a range of opportunities for undergraduate study. As a Biology major, students can obtain a Bachelor of Science in Biology or Biochemistry or a Bachelor of Arts in Biology. Biology majors may also choose to concentrate in Bioinformatics, which combines coursework in Biology, Mathematics, and Computer Science.

For students interested in pursuing a health career, the department works with the Pre-Health office to create a plan of study and offer guidance in planning for graduate school programs and health-related careers. 

The Master of Arts Program in History offers students a rigorous yet flexible program of study in the field of history. Rather than being merely a collection of courses, the History MA degree at UMass Boston requires intense commitment to historical scholarship and practice. The MA serves as a terminal degree for students seeking exposure to historical study before entering a variety of careers, as well as a preparatory degree for those interested in pursuing a PhD at another institution.

The History MA program is designed to enhance the research, writing, and analytical skills of students, as well as provide a broad and advanced background in history content. Our graduates have gone on to a variety of jobs, including high-school teachers, college history professors, museum professionals, archivists, public historians, and writers.

UMass Boston is an urban, public, research university – the only public university in Boston. Our location affords students access to a wide variety of archives, libraries, museums, and historical sites. The university sits on Columbia Point, which it shares with the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, the Massachusetts State Archives, and the Commonwealth Museum. As part of its overall mission, the UMass Boston History Department places great emphasis on bringing history to the broader public.

The Biology department considers a basic understanding of biological systems to be an essential skill in our increasingly technological society. The importance of research and experimentation in biology is stressed throughout the curriculum, which includes a strong focus on research experience through advanced labs and guided research on and off campus. 

The Biology Department offers a range of opportunities for undergraduate study. As a Biology major, students can obtain a Bachelor of Science in Biology or Biochemistry or a Bachelor of Arts in Biology. Biology majors may also choose to concentrate in Bioinformatics, which combines coursework in Biology, Mathematics, and Computer Science.

For students interested in pursuing a health career, the department works with the Pre-Health office to create a plan of study and offer guidance in planning for graduate school programs and health-related careers. 

The WBA fee circle is back by popular demand! Come join us in discussing all your fee-related questions, concerns, successes, and failures. Conversations will be guided by moderators. Discussions will remain confidential and will not be used to collude with other attorneys to raise, fix, or maintain fees.

Women's Bar Association · 27 School Street, Suite 500 · Boston, MA 02108 · www.womensbar.org · 617.973.6666

We will discuss creating a special 40th Anniversary Edition of the Women's Bar Review. This is a great time to become involved with the Committee! Join us!

Boston City Campus knows that selecting the right path for your future is no easy task, and in offering an extensive selection of degrees, diplomas and college courses – there are more than 80 study options available – it will also help prospective students make that decision.    

At Boston there are just so many study options available, covering tertiary studies  in Media and Multimedia Studies, Information Technology, Marketing & Sales, Tourism, Accounting, Hospitality and Human Resource Management Courses, to name but a few. 

The good news however is that from the moment you choose Boston there will be continuous guidance and support available to you.  It all starts by using a computerised assessment tool (Career Compass Assessment) through which qualified career counsellors hone in on one’s interests, passions and skills, thereby allowing them to help you decide which the best option is. 

The Master of Arts Program in History offers students a rigorous yet flexible program of study in the field of history. Rather than being merely a collection of courses, the History MA degree at UMass Boston requires intense commitment to historical scholarship and practice. The MA serves as a terminal degree for students seeking exposure to historical study before entering a variety of careers, as well as a preparatory degree for those interested in pursuing a PhD at another institution.

The History MA program is designed to enhance the research, writing, and analytical skills of students, as well as provide a broad and advanced background in history content. Our graduates have gone on to a variety of jobs, including high-school teachers, college history professors, museum professionals, archivists, public historians, and writers.

UMass Boston is an urban, public, research university – the only public university in Boston. Our location affords students access to a wide variety of archives, libraries, museums, and historical sites. The university sits on Columbia Point, which it shares with the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, the Massachusetts State Archives, and the Commonwealth Museum. As part of its overall mission, the UMass Boston History Department places great emphasis on bringing history to the broader public.

The Master of Arts Program in History offers students a rigorous yet flexible program of study in the field of history. Rather than being merely a collection of courses, the History MA degree at UMass Boston requires intense commitment to historical scholarship and practice. The MA serves as a terminal degree for students seeking exposure to historical study before entering a variety of careers, as well as a preparatory degree for those interested in pursuing a PhD at another institution.

The History MA program is designed to enhance the research, writing, and analytical skills of students, as well as provide a broad and advanced background in history content. Our graduates have gone on to a variety of jobs, including high-school teachers, college history professors, museum professionals, archivists, public historians, and writers.

UMass Boston is an urban, public, research university – the only public university in Boston. Our location affords students access to a wide variety of archives, libraries, museums, and historical sites. The university sits on Columbia Point, which it shares with the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, the Massachusetts State Archives, and the Commonwealth Museum. As part of its overall mission, the UMass Boston History Department places great emphasis on bringing history to the broader public.

The Biology department considers a basic understanding of biological systems to be an essential skill in our increasingly technological society. The importance of research and experimentation in biology is stressed throughout the curriculum, which includes a strong focus on research experience through advanced labs and guided research on and off campus. 

The Biology Department offers a range of opportunities for undergraduate study. As a Biology major, students can obtain a Bachelor of Science in Biology or Biochemistry or a Bachelor of Arts in Biology. Biology majors may also choose to concentrate in Bioinformatics, which combines coursework in Biology, Mathematics, and Computer Science.

For students interested in pursuing a health career, the department works with the Pre-Health office to create a plan of study and offer guidance in planning for graduate school programs and health-related careers. 

The WBA fee circle is back by popular demand! Come join us in discussing all your fee-related questions, concerns, successes, and failures. Conversations will be guided by moderators. Discussions will remain confidential and will not be used to collude with other attorneys to raise, fix, or maintain fees.

Women's Bar Association · 27 School Street, Suite 500 · Boston, MA 02108 · www.womensbar.org · 617.973.6666

We will discuss creating a special 40th Anniversary Edition of the Women's Bar Review. This is a great time to become involved with the Committee! Join us!

Boston City Campus knows that selecting the right path for your future is no easy task, and in offering an extensive selection of degrees, diplomas and college courses – there are more than 80 study options available – it will also help prospective students make that decision.    

At Boston there are just so many study options available, covering tertiary studies  in Media and Multimedia Studies, Information Technology, Marketing & Sales, Tourism, Accounting, Hospitality and Human Resource Management Courses, to name but a few. 

The good news however is that from the moment you choose Boston there will be continuous guidance and support available to you.  It all starts by using a computerised assessment tool (Career Compass Assessment) through which qualified career counsellors hone in on one’s interests, passions and skills, thereby allowing them to help you decide which the best option is. 

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The Master of Arts Program in History offers students a rigorous yet flexible program of study in the field of history. Rather than being merely a collection of courses, the History MA degree at UMass Boston requires intense commitment to historical scholarship and practice. The MA serves as a terminal degree for students seeking exposure to historical study before entering a variety of careers, as well as a preparatory degree for those interested in pursuing a PhD at another institution.

The History MA program is designed to enhance the research, writing, and analytical skills of students, as well as provide a broad and advanced background in history content. Our graduates have gone on to a variety of jobs, including high-school teachers, college history professors, museum professionals, archivists, public historians, and writers.

UMass Boston is an urban, public, research university – the only public university in Boston. Our location affords students access to a wide variety of archives, libraries, museums, and historical sites. The university sits on Columbia Point, which it shares with the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, the Massachusetts State Archives, and the Commonwealth Museum. As part of its overall mission, the UMass Boston History Department places great emphasis on bringing history to the broader public.

The Biology department considers a basic understanding of biological systems to be an essential skill in our increasingly technological society. The importance of research and experimentation in biology is stressed throughout the curriculum, which includes a strong focus on research experience through advanced labs and guided research on and off campus. 

The Biology Department offers a range of opportunities for undergraduate study. As a Biology major, students can obtain a Bachelor of Science in Biology or Biochemistry or a Bachelor of Arts in Biology. Biology majors may also choose to concentrate in Bioinformatics, which combines coursework in Biology, Mathematics, and Computer Science.

For students interested in pursuing a health career, the department works with the Pre-Health office to create a plan of study and offer guidance in planning for graduate school programs and health-related careers. 

The WBA fee circle is back by popular demand! Come join us in discussing all your fee-related questions, concerns, successes, and failures. Conversations will be guided by moderators. Discussions will remain confidential and will not be used to collude with other attorneys to raise, fix, or maintain fees.

Women's Bar Association · 27 School Street, Suite 500 · Boston, MA 02108 · www.womensbar.org · 617.973.6666

We will discuss creating a special 40th Anniversary Edition of the Women's Bar Review. This is a great time to become involved with the Committee! Join us!


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