Whether you plan to major or minor in History, Anthropology, Social Studies, or Africana Studies, we are proud to welcome you into a departmental environment of:
- academic energy, where our programs in history, social studies, anthropology, and Africana studies help you to expect and achieve student success;
- innovation, for example, where you can pursue a unique history degree in which you can choose elective course combinations in business, web management, geographic information systems, or law; or you can take courses in anthropology, history, and Africana Studies to develop your interest in public history;
- scholastic achievement, where the professors teach you to understand and achieve the very academic success that they themselves have in their own respective research careers;
- life-long learning, where you can join us in developing the intellectual curiosity and cultural literacy for that educational journey we call life, which does not end with graduation but encourages you to be an active learner far into the future.
You can find our more information abourt each of our programs by clicking on the program in the left-hand menu.
Mission Statements and and Department Learning Outcomes for each undergraduate program can be found here.