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TTP: A.A./A.S.

The study of all that's come before is an important part of understanding the present and anticipating the future. Students who pursue a degree in history will find themselves well-positioned to embark on any number of career paths including writing, film, historical restoration, secondary education, law, archival management, historic site and museum interpretation, and politics.

Sample Academic Plan
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History Courses

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Celebrating Our American Heritage
"Celebrating Our American Heritage" lecture series features professors from the college's history and English department. Topics include immigration in America, plot to steal Lincoln's body, the Bell Witch and social issues.
Celebrating Our American Heritage
American Heritage lecture
Constitution Day

An Evolution of an Experiment

Friday, September 17, 2021 at 4 p.m. via Zoom

More info about Constitution Day

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