The Department of History provides comprehensive and high quality post-secondary degree programs designed to produce graduates who are well prepared for future roles as leaders in their fields. This training begins with core courses that provide all WTAMU students with the foundations for future success in college and as citizens in a democratic society. All classes taught in this department hone students’ reading, writing, listening, and critical thinking skills and enhance their understanding of the complexity of human cultures and the ideas that shape them.
PLAN OF STUDY
History (Grades 7-12) Certification (B.A.)
History (Grades 7-12) Certification (B.S.)
History (B.A.) ♦Curriculum Guide
History (B.S.) ♦Curriculum Guide
History (Grades 8-12) Certification (B.A.)
History (Grades 8-12) Certification (B.S.)
2-Year Course Rotation
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WHAT YOU WILL Learn
- Advanced reading and writing skills
- Advanced research and analytical skills
- The ability to think critically and effectively communicate your thoughts
- A new regional, national, and global perspective
DEGREE OPTIONS/FUTURE ACADEMIC PATHS
Graduates are awarded a B.S./B.A. in major.
WTAMU offers a Master's in major.
Graduate Students may also find similar academic interests in:
A degree in history prepares you for a variety of careers in law. Here are a few to consider:
- Teaching in public or private schools
- Government agencies
- Staff Attorney
- Assistant Attorney
- Associate, Counsel, Assistant District Attorney
- Department Attorney
- Resident Counsel
Also, this program is related to other fields you might think about:
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Careers for History Majors