Aug 15, 2022  
Undergraduate Bulletin 2010-2012 
    
Undergraduate Bulletin 2010-2012

History


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The study of history fosters a critical approach to the human past, an acquaintance with past and present issues of social justice, and an awareness of human diversity. History courses provide an opportunity for students to gain knowledge of the human past and present in order to locate themselves and others in a historical, social, and intellectual context. History courses also convey an appreciation of history as an academic discipline with its own rules of inquiry.

The history department offers major and minor programs in history and in history for secondary and middle school teachers. In every program a student with a strong academic background may, with the department’s consent, substitute courses on the 200 or 300 level for the required 100-level history courses and HIST 143  and HIST 144 .

History

Programs

Major

Minor

Departmental Policies

History

Courses

History: 100-Level Courses

African History Courses

European History Courses

Global History Courses

Latin American History Courses

United States History Courses

Other History Courses

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