Students in virtually any field will find a minor in history to be a valuable complement to their major. History bridges disciplines. It encourages students to consider a society in all its aspects—political, economic, social, moral, and aesthetic. Above all, history teaches an appreciation of change and continuity over time. Classes in history help develop skills in communicating ideas and evaluating arguments. The study of History is a fundamental part of a liberal education.
Please consult with your advisor if you plan on pursuing a minor in United States History.
Curriculum and minor requirements can be found in the most current Undergraduate Bulletin.