General History Doctoral Degrees in North Carolina

North Carolina General History Doctoral Degree SchoolsOur 2022 ranking review contains 3 North Carolina schools offering general history doctoral degrees, and University of North Carolina is the best option.

Check the rest of North Carolina schools awarding general history doctoral degrees and history colleges offering similar programs in the nearby states or narrow your search by city or consider other history major or diploma.

NC general history doctoral degree schools:

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - History School Ranking
1. University of North Carolina

Located in Chapel Hill

Duke University - History School Ranking
2. Duke University

Located in Durham

University of North Carolina at Greensboro - History School Ranking
3. University of North Carolina

Located in Greensboro

General history doctoral degrees in nearby states:

University of Virginia - History School Ranking
University of Virginia

Located in Charlottesville, Virginia

William & Mary - History School Ranking
William & Mary

Located in Williamsburg, Virginia

George Mason University - History School Ranking
George Mason University

Located in Fairfax, Virginia

Vanderbilt University - History School Ranking
Vanderbilt University

Located in Nashville, Tennessee

University of South Carolina Columbia - History School Ranking
University of South Carolina Columbia

Located in Columbia, South Carolina

The University of Tennessee Knoxville - History School Ranking
The University of Tennessee Knoxville

Located in Knoxville, Tennessee

University of Memphis - History School Ranking
University of Memphis

Located in Memphis, Tennessee

NC history schools offering other doctoral degrees:

North Carolina State University at Raleigh - History School Ranking
North Carolina State University

Located in Raleigh, 1 doctoral program

Other history doctoral degrees in NC:

Archival Administration: 1 school

Other general history diplomas in NC:

Certificates: 1 school
Bachelor's Degrees: 45 schools
Master's Degrees: 10 schools

North Carolina history schools by city:

Asheville: 1 school
Banner Elk: 1 school
Belmont: 1 school
Boiling Springs: 1 school
Boone: 1 school
Brevard: 1 school
Buies Creek: 1 school
Chapel Hill: 1 school
Charlotte: 3 schools
Cullowhee: 1 school
Davidson: 1 school
Durham: 2 schools
Elizabeth City: 1 school
Elon: 1 school
Fayetteville: 2 schools
Greensboro: 4 schools
Greenville: 1 school
Hickory: 1 school
High Point: 1 school
Laurinburg: 1 school
Mars Hill: 1 school
Misenheimer: 1 school
Montreat: 1 school
Mount Olive: 1 school
Murfreesboro: 1 school
Pembroke: 1 school
Raleigh: 3 schools
Rocky Mount: 1 school
Salisbury: 2 schools
Swannanoa: 1 school
Tarboro: 1 school
Wilmington: 1 school
Wilson: 1 school
Wingate: 1 school
Winston Salem: 3 schools

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