Wednesday, March 8, 2017

West Chester U: MA in Holocaust and Genocide Studies

West Chester University in West Chester, Pennsylvania, offers a Master of Arts and a graduate certificate in Holocaust and Genocide Studies and is currently accepting applications. This 10 course MA program features courses in history, philosophy, psychology, language arts, and other related subjects. Graduates of the program have gone on to work in academia, Holocaust education, public history, and human rights advocacy.

Applications are welcome from any undergraduate discipline. Applicants must possess, and provide evidence of, a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution of higher education; must have a GPA of no less than 2.8; and must complete an online registration form complete with letters of recommendation. The application can be accessed at:

The program offers a limited number of scholarships, awarded to students based on academic criteria, including a part-time graduate assistantship and the Irene G. Shur Graduate Scholarship.

For more information about West Chester University’s Holocaust and Genocide Studies Master of Arts program, please consult our website:

Or contact the director of the program: Dr. Jonathan C. Friedman
Professor of History Wayne Hall 425

West Chester University West Chester, PA 19383

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