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College of Arts and Humanities

Department of History

History Staff

The history department offers degrees that are not just pieces of paper, but instead represent the mastery of knowledge, skills, and qualities that create better citizens, strong writers, thoughtful and able analysts, excellent teachers, and outstanding employees. Our degree path offers flexibility, rather than restricting people to predetermined career paths. A history degree prepares students to engage with the wider world from a more informed perspective; to understand the intersection of local, regional, national and global factors; and to communicate ideas in a clear and meaningful way. We prioritize flexibility, international perspectives, diversity, and rigor. A history major is a wonderful degree for career opportunities.

Congratulations Graduates!: A video from the History Faculty

The History Department is offering eight online courses during Summer 2020. Students will be able to enjoy exploring the globe, while earning general education credit or take upper division credits in the major! REGISTRATION begins MAY 4th.

History Summer Courses FLYER


Declare a history MAJOR or MINOR today!

History Scholarships: Downloadable Brochure will be available in Fall, 2020.
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Office Hours:
Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon and 1:00-5:00 p.m.

2017-2018 Faculty

FRONT: (L-R) Ken Munsell, Karen "Angie" Hill (dept. secretary), Stephen Moore, Marilyn Levine;  BACK: (L-R) Chong Eun Ahn, Marji Morgan, Roxanne Easley (dept. chair), Lacy Ferrell, Daniel Herman, Jason Knirck

NOT SHOWN:  Jason Dormady

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