In its modern form, the study of history equips students with analytical skills and research techniques of immense practical and vocational value. The history program not only acquaints students with different ages, societies, and cultures, but it also develops powers of writing, speaking, and thinking. The curriculum is organized to provide students with general knowledge, as well as technical competencies essential in such fields as business, law, government, teaching, publishing, and museum and archival work. Practice and theory are linked through internships in local historical societies, museums, and government agencies, as well as through courses in applied history that explicitly foster these connections.
Center for Humanities
Majors: American Studies, Art History, English (with concentrations in literature, writing, creative writing, secondary education), History, Philosophy
Minors: Art History, English, History, Historic Preservation, Book Studies, Philosophy
Center Director: April Oettinger, email@example.com
“Sometimes, the unsaid is as significant as what is said.”