TLC 3200 • 678-839-6508
J. Goldstein, H. Goodson (Chair), E. MacKinnon, A. McCleary
K. Bohannon, M. de Nie, K. Pacholl, T. Schroer, G. Van Valen, D. Williams
K. Hebert, C. Lipp, C. Pitzulo, N. Popov-Reynolds (Graduate Coordinator), L. Rivers, C. Vasconcellos
T. Leslie, R. Primuth
History majors should complete their history course core requirements before taking history courses numbered 3000 or above. They should meet each term with their major field advisors for consultation regarding their programs.
Students who earn the Bachelor of Arts degree in History will be able:
- to demonstrate a general knowledge of U.S. and world history and in-depth knowledge of a particular historical question;
- to recognize and to pose significant historical questions;
- to find useful primary and secondary sources;
- to analyze sources critically;
- to cite sources properly;
- to write and to speak clearly;
- to construct a persuasive historical argument based on evidence; and
- to think historically.