Upon completion of the History Program, graduates will be able to:
- Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of subject matter, methodologies and a variety
of historiographical approaches.
- Demonstrate the ability to think clearly and critically about history and historical
narratives, and to express ideas logically and persuasively in written and oral form.
- Demonstrate familiarity with diverse cultures and chronological periods and capacity
for both empathic and critical understanding of one’s own culture and society as well
as those different from one’s own.
- Demonstrate competence in historical research and presentation, including the ability
to appropriately access, use and evaluate primary and secondary sources in order to
make a coherent historical argument.