- 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
- History Teacher, $59,000
- Museum Curator, $73,000
- Archivist, $53,000
- Attorney, $92,675
- 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)
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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Become educated for the information age. Master techniques of research, writing, and speaking in order to find, evaluate, and interpret information. These skills foster both success in any career and a broader and deeper understanding of today's world. Let the History program prepare you for the classroom, the courtroom, or the boardroom.
A History degree can take you into teaching, law, business, journalism, politics, museum administration, TV and film documentary, civil service, the military, and many other fields. History graduates have also landed jobs in secondary schools and junior colleges across the state, as well as many historical organizations.
What you can be
- Junior College Instructor
- Secondary School Teacher
- Museum Curator
- National or State Park History Interpreter
- Disease and World Societies
- Comparative World Women
- Gender and U.S. History
- Hitler and the Nazi Era
- Modern Mexico
- China and United States
- U.S. Sport History
- U.S. Environmental History Go online to www.csustan.edu/history for more course descriptions.
HIST 4750: Comparative World Women: Perceptions of Gender
Designed to study women’s history in a comparative context through investigations of various spatial and temporal settings. Such an approach reveals differences and highlights similarities with the ultimate intent to challenge established perceptions of women in their respective cultures. (Same as GEND 4750)
- Critical thinking, writing, oral communication skills that are highly valued by prospective employers
- How the present time fits into the larger picture of history across the globe
- How history helps you better understand politics, economics, law, sociology, anthropology, geography, and numerous other related subjects
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