A student receiving a degree in this field will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding that History shares with English a narrative tradition that relies on the written word to tell its story by evaluating documents
  • Discuss and appraise the influence of multiple factors or "causes" in an historical event or development
  • Recognize and evaluate the influence of contingency or chance in an historical event or development
  • Compare, contrast and evaluate the influence or role of actions or inaction in determining an outcome in an historical event or development
  • Considering History's multidiscipline nature, describe and appraise the role that "environment" (physical, social, cultural, technological and economic, etc.) may play in an historical event or development
  • Critique and evaluate an historical event or development as a study of human activity and conclude how it informs us about human nature
  • Analyze and evaluate an historical event or development that demonstrates the fact that at times we cannot have absolute certainty about what happened in the past

Please see the College Catalog for information and requirements.

Course Listing / Semester Course Offerings

Faculty

Faculty Chair: Julie Davis-McKee
Office:SSA 332
Phone:389-3351
Email:jdavis@craftonhills.edu