Program Introduction

Established in 1994, the History/Museum Studies program at the University of Central Oklahoma offers both BA and MA in History/Museum Studies. We graduate an average of 8 students per year, with approximately 90 graduates since 1994.

Degrees Offered

  • B.A. in History
  • M.A. in History
  • Museum Studies Degree, Certificate, or Minor

Program Strengths

  • Museum Studies

How Many Students are Admitted Annually


Financial Aid Available

Tuition Waiver

Deadline To Apply

See program website for details.

Internship Requirements

Offered in Fall, Spring, and Summer. Director of Museum Studies arranges internships.

Credit hours earned for internships: 6 credit hours; 320 hours on‐site

Places Where Students Have Interned During the Past 3 Years

– Oklahoma Museum of History
– National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum
– Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum
– Oklahoma Territorial Museum
– Oklahoma Museums Association
– Oklahoma Historical Society
– Harn Homestead
– Jim Thorpe Museum and Sports Hall of Fame

Employers Who Have Hired Graduates from this Program within the Past Five Years

– Oklahoma Museum of History
– Oklahoma Historical Society
– Oklahoma Territorial Museum
– Oklahoma City National Memorial
– National Archives
– George Bush Library
– Citizen Potawatomi Nation Cultural Heritage Center
– Stockyard City Main Street
– Illinois National Guard (Historian)
– Capulin Volcano National Monument
– NTC & 11th ACR Museum, Fort Irwin, California