A study of history should make the past more intelligible, give an insight into continuing human problems, and develop a confidence in humankind’s ability to cope with new environmental conditions. Moreover, an understanding of our own history and that of people who differ from us sharpens the critical faculties and tends to arouse a sense of social responsibility.
The Student will:
- Apply critical thinking to analyze primary and secondary sources.
- Explain the cause, effect, and relevance of specific historical events and/or periods within the broader historical context.
- Understand and articulate diverse historical interpretations.
- Clearly demonstrate the ability to understand and apply basic historical concepts, methodologies, and approaches.
- Articulate historical arguments in a variety of forms of communication.
The Kidd Math/Science Center opened in 1985. With an award winning masonry design, the center’s front doors open to a glass atrium with live plants and a trickling pond. A spacious lobby follows with comfortable studying facilities. Our center houses three large chemistry labs, three biology labs, one physics lab, one computer lab, lecture rooms, faculty offices and a large bent glass greenhouse that enhances the view of our campus. McKenzie Hall opened in 1997 providing math/science students along with the nursing students, two large lecture halls, a variety of lecture rooms, an anatomy lab, three computer labs, faculty offices and a conference room with a beautiful view of campus and the surrounding landscape.
Bachelor of Science – Major in History (1540)
Associate of Arts Degree – History (1520)
|General Education must include:|
|CS 10103 PC Applications||3|
|Total General Education hours||42|
|Select four from the following seven courses:|
|HIS 12103 American History I|
HIS 12203 (TM) American History II
HIS 22403 The Westward Movement
HIS 22503 History of Ohio
HIS 22603 Native Americans
HIS 23703 Introduction to the Study of History
HIS 26303 The Habsburg Empire 1526-1918
HIS 26403 The Ottomans
|Total four courses, three credit hours each||12|
|Total hours needed to graduate||64|