Bring the Past to Your Present
Pursue the intricacies of history at DWU. As a history major, you will work directly with faculty who specialize in American, military, diplomatic and environmental history. Through your exploration, your critical thinking skills will be tested as you read, review, research, and write. You’ll be better prepared for the future with a firm grasp on the past.
What's the Difference?
- Visit the most important moments of the past in courses like Europe Since World War I; Historical Research and Writing; and even History of American Sports
- Ready your skills for graduate school and its challenges or find a career in a related area like museums, law, politics, or business
- Embark on an amazing internship. Past graduates are now attorneys, history teachers at all levels, museum curators and federal government officials
- Looking toward law school? Your critical thinking and communication skills can take you there; pair a history major or minor with political science, communication or economics
- Get help prepping for the LSAT
Yes, you'll revisit the most important moments in the past. Topics you'll cover in your history classes include:
- Europe Since World War I
- Historical Research and Writing
- History of American Sports
Check out our academic catalog and explore your options.
Former history students have held internships at the national, state and local levels. Former students are now lawyers, high school and college history teachers, museum curators and federal government officials. Chat with your adviser to see how you can find an internship to gain the experience you need.
Interested in Law School?
Law schools are looking for students with critical thinking skills and clear communication. Pair your history major or minor with political science, communications or economics. At DWU, we'll support you taking the Law School Admission Test! The Association of American Law Schools does not have a specific list of required courses or extracurricular activities; tell your adviser you would like to pursue law school.
Check out our pre-law page for more information!
Get to Know Your Professors
Travel back into the past with our teachers! Learn more about your professors, their writing and their continuing research.
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