Historical Analysis

Historical study promotes critical thinking, intellectual resourcefulness, interdisciplinary engagement, and intercultural awareness in ways that are complementary to but distinct from other academic disciplines. Students who study history gain a better knowledge of their own and other people’s cultures and traditions. They come to understand how major social, economic, political, religious, and cultural changes over time impact our world today and set

the stage for future developments. They also learn to make connections between written and material legacies that offer evidence of lived experience and the circumstances that produce them in order to become more productive and engaged citizens of our communities and our world.

Students must take one course:

  • HIST 111
  • HIST 112
  • HIST 113
  • HIST 114
  • HIST 115
  • HIST 117
  • HIST 118
  • HIST 119