The History Department offers four undergraduate programs: three concentrations within the major and a minor. Each program shares core requirements supplemented by specific courses tailored to a specific field. For more information, visit the course catalog or the page for the specific program you’re interested in.
- The American and World History Concentration is the most flexible way to major in history. Students are able to focus on what they are interested in and prepare for a variety of careers.
- The Public History Concentration is designed to prepare students for careers in museums, national parks, and other places where the general public interacts with history.
- The Secondary Education Concentration is for students who want to teach history and social studies at the middle or high school level. This program includes edcuation courses and leads to teaching certification.
- The History Minor is a great way to supplement other majors. It gives students flexibility to select classes that complement their primary program of study.