The department holds to the belief that the study of history is an essential component of a high-quality education. Historical study develops and sharpens the mind by training students to think, to evaluate, to communicate, and ultimately to judge, all valuable skills for most professional careers.
Administrator: Stephen Morgan
Requirements: 46-48 credits: 40 in history. History credits must include 18 credits in core courses, 4 Senior Thesis/Capstone credits, and 18 credits in courses numbered above 2999.
Core Courses: 18 credits
Eighteen credits in history numbered above 2999 +
One year of foreign language (same language, either modern or classical), or an equivalent level of language training +
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