Undergraduate Catalog


Web: History Program

College of Arts and Sciences

Dr. Jeffrey Brune, Program Coordinator

Hall Memorial Building, Room S235H

History: The study of history helps students discover and interpret the innately complex and fascinating past. It broadens and enlightens minds and prepares students to become more active and effective participants in the future. Only an informed awareness of the past can provide the key to understanding what we are today and to influence what we will be tomorrow. Students majoring in history will find many fields open to them. Skills developed from this study, such as organization of diverse facts and opinions, and a clear presentation of conclusions drawn from those facts and opinions, are of fundamental importance in many professions. Researchers, librarians, lawyers, teachers, and others all benefit from the skills acquired through using methods of historical study.

Declaring a Major

Requirements for Admission to a Major in History

The History Program requires only the signature of the department chair. Students who wish to major in History must have a 2.0 GPA for admission. Students with a major in History must maintain a 2.0 GPA in History courses with no more than two grades of D+ or lower in major courses.

Undergraduate Majors offered: