Program Director: Professor Daniel Herman
Language and Literature Building, Room 100K
Phone: (509) 963-1755
The Online Electronic Catalog (OEC) is the university's official compilation for all curriculum. The OEC serves as the basis for major, minor, specialization, certificate, and program requirements for the academic year. For current policy and curriculum requirements refer to the CWU online catalog at http://www.cwu.edu/~catalogs. You may choose the catalog that is appropriate for your program requirements, based on the quarter that you were accepted into your program. Some students may be using more than one catalog to meet general education and major requirements.
A student should expect to meet the specific requirements of the departments listed in the OEC that is current at the time he or she is accepted by the department into the major or minor program. Graduate students admitted to the master's degree program may use the catalog they are admitted under or the current one. A student should expect to complete general education requirements as listed in the OEC current at the time of first enrollment at either Central or a community college in the state of Washington 9provided he or she transfers directly to CWU from the community college and has not attended another four-year institution.
Hindsight is a journal that invites submissions from graduate students in all areas of history. Research and historiographical papers may be good candidates for submission. Having a publication under your belt when you apply for a teaching job, a Ph.D. program, or some other position can be invaluable.
Helpful Information: Resources for History Graduate Students
Twisted Knitting: Subversive / DomesticThursday, March 31, 20167:00 pm - 8:00 pm The CWU College ofFormer Professor Of History, Dr. Thomas Wellock, Is Featured In A Series Of YouTube Videos For The NRC.
Our wonderful Dr. Wellock narrates and appears in a series of YouTube videos for the United States NHistory Student - Ian Dunham-Wheeler - Moves To Moab, Utah
Ian Dunham-Wheeler, a senior and History major, has recently relocated to Moab, Utah where he plans