Loyola University Chicago

Department of History

Graduate Program Information

‌Welcome from the Graduate Program Director‌

 

Welcome to Loyola University Chicago’s History graduate programs. With strengths in Public History, Transnational Urban History, Cultural, and Women's and Gender History within American and European areas of study, the Loyola History Department can help you reach your academic and professional goals through an array of world-class graduate programs. We are proud to offer master's programs in history and public history; a master's program in history and library information science (jointly with Dominican University); and a doctoral program in history and public history. (For more information, please visit our program overview page.)

Led by a diverse and nationally-acclaimed faculty, our curriculum is designed to develop a deep understanding of the human past and to provide students with insight into the world in which they live through a perspective of time and change. Loyola History graduate students also have unparalleled opportunities for learning and exploration outside of the classroom. (For more information, please visit the History Gradaute Student Association page.)

Infused by our Jesuit mission, we support study that deepens our understanding of the human condition, reflects a shared commitment to a just and humane society, and puts knowledge to work in the world.  We invite you to check out our faculty, the unique aspects of our graduate programs, and the interesting work of our students and alumni.

Patricia Mooney-Melvin, PhD