Learning history isn't just about the past, it's about understanding how the past created the world of today. History majors make great educators, researchers, advocates, and communicators who are able to work in a variety of industries.
Studying the past provides unique insights into the future. Most of the issues facing the modern world, such as economic globalization, terrorism, and political upheaval, are rooted in specific historical events and circumstances. Understanding the roots of these issues helps you understand the issues themselves and makes you a more informed global citizen.
Our history majors have gone on to discover and thrive in a myriad of professions. We encourage every student to complete at least one internship, and those opportunities often lead to new passions and future jobs. Jobs like historic preservationist, museum curator, archivist, legislative staffer, foundation grant writer, and historian.
Below is a sampling of courses offered in history. For more information, see the major requirements.
For a more detailed academic schedule, or to ask questions about any of our majors, contact the Admission Office at email@example.com or 419-448-2330.