Rfwarlick Posted May 8, 2014 Share Posted May 8, 2014 I am looking for schools that offer a masters in history. I want to study elite women of the antebellum South, specifically in NC, SC, and VA. I want to ultimately get my PhD, but when I was an undergrad I had no desire to pursue an advanced degree, so my undergraduate grades are not great. I'm looking for a school who looks for students with passion and skill, not necessarily grades. I have been taking courses at a local university recently, so I am developing myself as a graduate student. I know it will be difficult, so I don't need to be reminded of this. I am determined. My criteria is: A strong Southern and gender history program. A masters program. Doctorate programs are difficult to get into, and I don't have a strong academic past, I hope to get this at graduate school. A program that prepares their students for a PhD program. A hands on program. I am the type of student who pursues research independently, but also regularly seeks guidance from professors. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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