The history major provides fundamental liberal arts training which prepares students for any job that requires the skills of research, analysis, information management, writing, and speaking.
This major is especially recommended for students preparing for law school. The history major also equips students for jobs specifically related to the study of the past, including careers in education, museums and historic sites, archives and libraries, and as historians of corporations, agencies, and non-profit agencies.
Middle and high school teachers; college professors; attorneys; paralegals; researchers; librarians; archivists; curators; reporters and editors. See more.
High School Preparation
Art History; Comparative Government and Politics; European History; Foreign Language; U.S. History; World History
Enhance Your Experience
History minors acquire research, analysis, management, writing, and speaking skills, all of which provide an excellent foundation for post-graduate studies and careers.