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2017-2018 Academic Catalog
California State University, Stanislaus
   
 
  Oct 19, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Department of History


Philip Garone, Ph.D., Chair

Office: Bizzini Hall 118
Phone: (209) 667-3238

Professors: Carroll, B., Regalado, S., Garone, P., Royer, K., Sanchez-Walker, M., Wang, S., Weikart, R.
Assistant Professor: Wolfe-Hunnicutt, B.

Bachelor of Arts in History 
Minor in History 
Minor in World History 
Master of Arts in History 
Liberal Studies degree concentration in History 
Social Sciences degree concentration in History 

History provides a general background for studying the humanities or social sciences and understanding the contemporary world. Preparation in history is especially useful for careers which require careful judgment on the basis of limited evidence, such as the United States Foreign Service, journalism, and law, as well as teaching and a variety of civil service functions.

The Department of History supports the concept of international education and encourages students to investigate opportunities for overseas study described in the International Education section of the catalog.

Liberal Studies concentration in History

Please refer to the Liberal Studies  section of the catalog.

Social Sciences concentration in History

Please refer to the Social Sciences program  section of the catalog.

Program Learning Outcomes

Undergraduate Students will:
  1. Demonstrate skills in critical thinking and analysis;
  2. Locate primary and secondary sources in all forms and properly cite;
  3. Analyze and understand the main arguments of secondary sources;
  4. Analyze and understand the importance of historical context for primary sources;
  5. Communicate effectively in written format;
  6. Perceive a given event from more than one historical perspective.
Graduate Students will:
  1. Demonstrate knowledge of the range of theoretical and methodological approaches to the study of history;
  2. Demonstrate knowledge of historical events and their larger significance, including global context and/or multicultural sensitivity;
  3. Demonstrate and apply knowledge of relevant scholarly historical interpretations;
  4. Demonstrate the ability to conduct historiographic and/or original historical research.