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Learn why History is one of the most popular majors across the country, preparing you for a rapidly changing world.
Recent graduates report working in a wide range of fields including business management, the non-profit sector, records management, and teaching. Our students also have pursued graduate study in medicine, law, library science, and, of course, history.
Alma’s history program offers both a major and a minor, including courses on Africa, Asia, the Americas, and Europe. Subject matter spans an extensive range of time periods and cultures, addressing special topics like the history of public health, religion, immigration and ethnicity, foreign policy, the American Constitution and law.
Alma’s history majors and minors take advantage of special opportunities such as the Smith and Mitchell Fellowships, Posey Global Fellowships and topical Spring Term courses as well as class-based and independent research projects that lead to conference presentations and publication in academic journals.
September 26, 2016
- Sep 26 7 p.m. - 7:45 p.m. Advanced Resume Work Session for Students with Government and Policy Interests
October 13, 2016
- Oct 13 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Misquoting Jesus: Scribes Who Changed the Scriptures and Readers Who May Never Know
October 21, 2016
Even though David Glenn graduated with a BA in history more than 20 years ago, he still finds himself thinking like a historian as a nurse.
Reanna Averill, a double major in history and anthropology, traveled to South Korea in June to begin her study abroad at Ehwa Women’s University. She is maintaining a blog where you can find out about what her experiences have been like.
History made: In an astonishing Bronze Age discovery a 3000-year-old community has been unearthed (cnn.com).