Sace Elder, Ph.D.
MA in History with Online Option for Teachers
Dr. Sace Elder, associate professor of history, currently serves as the coordinator for the graduate program in history. The graduate program offers a Master of Arts in History with concentrations in United States and European history and an Online Option for Teachers. Dr. Elder’s research interests are social and cultural history of violence and crime in late nineteenth and twentieth-century Germany. She received her doctorate from the University of Illinois.
Admission to the graduate program in history requires an application to The Graduate School as well as an additional materials sent to the Department of History. Please contact Dr. Elder or visit the program's website for program admission criteria.
Aaron Psujek, 2014