-Examples of Coursework: Conspiracy Theories in American History, History of Sport in America, Historical Field Trips, Documentary Editing -Experiences: The Papers of Martin Van Buren presidential papers project -Internships: The Hermitage, Historic Lebanon TN State Library & Archives -Careers: Lawyer, Teacher, Geographer, Librarian, Curator, Politician -Phi Alpha Theta, History Society, Pi Gamma Mu
You’ll learn how to research effectively, think analytically, communicate persuasively, and write clearly. You’ll receive all the benefits of a top liberal arts education, gain extensive content knowledge of both world and U.S. history, and develop the methodological and theoretical foundation to prepare you to practice history as a discipline.
“The degree taught me to analyze, synthesize, and think critically about complex material across all forms of media. These skills have been valuable in my career.” -David Gregory, Class of 2017