A history major provides exposure to a wide range of historical periods and subjects, and also allows room for students to pursue other studies. Some students take a second major, while others complete minors in areas ranging from English, foreign languages, economics, and journalism to communication, business, and politics. Students are required to seek experiential learning, either through study abroad, the teacher education program, or an internship.
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