History teaches you how to read, write, and think critically. History majors learn how to “think historically,” which is a great problem-solving skill, and is applicable in all fields. History majors obtain a historical perspective of subjects and become familiar with places, dates, and personalities. This familiarity helps students communicate and relate to every profession.
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Richard Bradley, Ph.D.
Professor of History, Director of the Honors Program
Robert P. Wiegers, Ph.D.
Professor of History