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Degrees and Programs
  • Bachelor of Arts, History
  • Minors: History, World History
  • Concentrations: Those majoring in Liberal Studies and Social Sciences can complete their concentration in History.
  • Master of Arts, History, with concentrations in International Relations or secondary school teaching
What you can earn
  • History Teacher, $59,000
  • Museum Curator, $73,000
  • Archivist, $53,000
  • Attorney, $92,675
Source: Salary.com 2009, Indeed.com 2011
Our Faculty
  • Bret Carroll, (Chair) Ph.D., Cornell ('91)
  • Philip F. Garone, Ph.D., UC Davis ('06)
  • Samuel O. Regalado, Ph.d., Washington State ('87)
  • Katherine Royer, Ph.D., Stanford ('01)
  • Marjorie Sanchez-Walker, Ph.D., Washington State ('99)
  • Shuo Wang, Ph.D., Michigan State ('02)
  • Richard Weikart, Ph.D., Iowa ('94)
About The College
Central to the mission of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences is fostering an appreciation and understanding of the value of lifelong intellectual pursuit. The College is committed to a liberal arts curriculum that broadens the mind and encourages students to become active, engaged, compassionate participants in our diverse global society.

The college offers 16 majors and 23 minors at the undergraduate level in addition to fi ve degrees and one certifi cate program offered at the graduate level.

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