History provides the intellectual and entrepreneurial tools to thrive in a world that is highly specialized and globally interconnected.
Alumni work in business, technology, journalism, law, museums, medicine, libraries, government, politics, education, and countless other areas. History students develop the ability to write well, interpret complex information, and create solutions to challenging problems; as well, students learn how to handle ambiguity, and how to work across cultures. These skills can take history graduates almost anywhere.
Our award-winning and internationally-recognized faculty educate students in a myriad of time periods, world regions and areas of interest. Guided Pathways will allow students to customize a learning experience specific to their interests and future career goals.