History offers tools for addressing the most enduring questions of politics, economy, society, and culture. Firm grounding in History enhances our majors’ studies in fields across the university and deepens their engagement with the places and peoples of the world at large. Through solid advising, substantive teaching, and encouraging students to extend their learning beyond the classroom, the major helps students forge a path that will keep them learning and innovating for a lifetime.
How to get assigned to a faculty advisor, and what to do next.
Study abroad, and make the world your classroom.
Join Phi Alpha Theta (History Honors Society), and connect with specialized history groups on campus.
Put your knowledge and research skills to the test, and earn honors at graduation.
Don't find a course that covers what you want to explore? Pursue independent study.
Find out how to get funding to make your research aims a reality.
Interested in organizing and teaching a House Course? Find out how!