Students who have a strong interest in a particular topic or area of history now have the option of selecting a concentration within the history major that enables them to pursue this interest in depth. A concentration consists of 4 courses out of the total of 10 required for the major.
The flexibility of the requirements for the major, which includes three history electives, makes pursuing a concentration easy. In most cases students would use these elective history courses plus one of the courses from the required distribution areas — US history, European History, or non-western history — to complete the concentration.
Interested history majors must register for a concentration with the department chairperson no later than the second semester of their junior year. Upon graduation students will receive a departmental certificate attesting to their completion of the concentration. In addition to courses already listed in the undergraduate course catalog, relevant courses offered on an occasional basis under special topics or Honors may also be counted toward the concentration, upon discretion of the chairperson.
For more information and a registration form, contact: Dr. Paul Rosier, Chair, History Department, SAC 403, 610.519.4662.
Click the document links below to find the breakdown of classes for that concentration.
M.A. in History
Graduate Certificate in History
Certificate in American Studies
Certificate in Ancient Worlds
Certificate in Public History
Combined Degree and Certificate in Nonprofit Management
You can download the upcoming courses below in PDF format.
Art History Courses