Study the Past and Shape the Future with a Degree in History.

Do you have an interest in the history of our nation or other countries? How often do you wonder why people and societies have developed in the way they have? Do you like thinking about "big ideas" as well as diving into the details of a particular topic? Do you enjoy conducting research and writing? If so, studying history may be the perfect fit for you.

The Department of History emphasizes a world view of human development throughout your studies and prepares you for the world beyond college. In addition to taking fascinating and in-depth courses, gain the practical skills of critical thinking, analysis, tolerance, objectivity, research, and communication to make you a well-rounded and successful graduate.

You can learn history both in and out of the classroom. Develop leadership skills and gain valuable hands-on experience to make you a marketable employee well prepared to meet the future challenges in this century. The department also offers avenues for you to become involved through a wide variety of clubs and organizations, whether you are interested in US history or in gaining a broader aspect of the world's past through world history.

We invite you to explore the Web site for more information or contact us if you have questions or want additional information.

To find out more about the Department of History activities please read our annual Pastime Newsletter, refer to our blog, or follow our facebook page.

 Nationally Ranked Program

The Department of History received national recognition for our Secondary Education History and Government program, which was ranked 3rd in the nation by the National Council on Teacher Quality.