History Programs


Historians draw conclusions from the evidence they analyze.  To present those conclusions convincingly, we organize information, formulate arguments, and present our findings coherently both in writing and speaking -- important skills in many fields outside of the historical profession.  Names, dates, and events from the past matter only because they're part of a larger and much more important story.  Historians master that story by learning how societies, nations, and institutions develop over time.  They answer questions that each generation asks to know itself more completely.

History programs are part of History, Philosophy and Social Sciences department. The programs provide high-quality instruction to students in ways that emphasize active learning, problem solving, and critical thinking through transformative experiences. 

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