Living and learning are intimately intertwined at USD. Graduate students in history are encouraged to take advantage of the university's vast resources as well as those in the local community. San Diego is alive with cultural events, sports, art and miles of white sand beaches. The business, cultural and historical preservation communities are among the most productive and respected in the country, which provide our M.A. students with the resources they need to succeed inside and outside of the classroom. Our students also have found that USD's close proximity to the San Diego Natural History Museum, The Museum of Man, San Diego History Center, and Old Town San Diego provide exciting prospects for research.
Intimate class sizes, engaged professors, and the unparalleled opportunities of San Diego make our M.A. students not only colleagues, but close friends as well.
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"USD not only has a beautiful campus, but also wonderful students who are willing to learn and challenge themselves."
- Andrea, Class of 2011