- Campaign worker
- Congressional aide
- Historic site curator
- Legal assistant
- Museum curator
- Personnel manager
- Tour guide
Like many liberal arts programs, a history major prepares students for a variety of career paths. Students are taught how to think critically and adapt to an ever-changing world. History majors can find jobs in many fields that depend upon their training in data analysis and interpretation, organization of ideas, logical thinking, problem solving, and compelling verbal and written communication.
- Gain a thorough understanding of data analysis and interpretation.
- Develop excellent critical and logical thinking skills.
- Learn how to skillfully organize ideas and solve complex problems.
- Cultivate a compelling verbal and written communication style.