Our mission is to teach students about the past and about the discipline of history as an integral part of a complete liberal arts education for citizens in our complex, culturally diverse, and increasingly global society.
Students in this pathway learn theories and methods enabling them to address questions about religion and spirituality by integrating insights, methods, and techniques from multiple relevant disciplines, including Anthropology, History, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, and more.
Graduates with History degrees often study it because they love it. They may not work in a field directly related to History, but they have successful careers in many other fields like business, banking, law, archive management, museum work, foreign service, as well as teaching, just to name just a few of the hundreds of jobs available for History graduates.
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"After seeing the opportunities the public history program had to offer graduate students such as working out in the field at an actual museum, it was quite obvious this was the school for me."