Welcome to the Department of History
Our critical and ethical approach to History trains student-scholars to work with archives, digital tools, new media, and other sources. The department promotes global perspectives, public and oral history, transformative learning environments, and community-engaged practices.
We offer the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in History, the Minor in History, and three programs within the Master of Arts (M.A.) in History. Our department provides academic advisement for these courses of study, as well as the Pre-Credential Program. Our undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to participate in our Internship Program, become involved in our Center for Oral and Public History, apply for membership in our award-winning chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, join the History Student Association, and submit their research papers for publication in our nationally acclaimed student journal, The Welebaethan .