About This Chapter
1. Course Requirements for a History Major: Overview of Core Courses
An undergraduate history program provides students with a comprehensive world-view of the recorded past and its effects on the present and future of human civilization. Read on to learn more about some typical topics of study for a history major.
2. History Education: Overview of Adult Education Programs in History
Whether you're a hobbyist or want to start a career, history education courses and degree programs are available at colleges and universities. Read about the types of classes available, and get degree program requirement information.
3. Graduate History Classes and Courses Overview
Graduate students of history may be seeking careers in scholarship, teaching or research. Graduate history programs provide a multitude of choices for study and specialization that accommodate any of these goals and interests.
4. Bachelor's Degree in History: Program Overviews
Students in a bachelor's degree program in history study historical topics from around the world, preparing them for careers in a variety of fields, some of which may require continuing education.
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