We know that you have unique interests, goals and talents. We’ve tailored our program to reflectthese diverse needs, offering three programs of study and a variety of experience-based opportunities. Our program is designed to be completed in two academic years, with a part-time option of study available to working adults.
Programs of study include an MA with Thesis, MA without Thesis, and a Public History track. Emphasis areas within the Public History track include Historic Preservation, Museum Studies and Cultural Resource Management.
Nestled in the Rocky Mountain foothills and just an hour away from Denver, Fort Collins is home to the best of both worlds. There are over 300 miles of bike trails in the city, over 300 sunny days each year, and an abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities like mountain biking, rock climbing, and hiking. Fort Collins is consistently rated as one of the country’s most desirable places to live.
To schedule a campus visit or learn more about our program, contact our current graduate program chair, Robert Gudmestad, 970.491.6050 firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can contact a professor in your area of interest.