"Study the past if you would define the future." – Confucius
Our program size allows us to work closely with our students, both on campus and online, as they develop critical thinking skills, improve writing mechanics, and become informed readers. Lower division courses are usually limited to 35 students, while upper division courses frequently enroll between 10-15 students.
Ryan Dearinger, author of “The Filth of Progress,” is contributing to the Chinese Railroad Workers in North America Project.Read more
“It is difficult to put a price tag on a liberal arts education because it provides you with so much more than the prospect of a decent salary. What I found most appealing about the history classes here at EOU is that they challenge you intellectually and force you to think critically about the past and how it has influenced, and continues to influence, the way we interpret the present. The small class size at EOU provided a space for me to engage with my professors and classmates at a more intimate level and challenge the way I understand the world. The faculty at EOU are extremely talented and capable individuals who helped me gain the essential skills and knowledge that I can take with me into graduate school at the University of South Florida. I plan to continue the research I began here at EOU in the M.A. program in History at USF, which explores how economic science has framed the way we interpret the meaning of civilization and progress in American society, and how this has shaped the nature of modern capitalism.”
Johnny Fulfer, '16
M.A. history student at USF
EOU graduate in History find there way into some diverse and wonderful education and career paths. Deneil Hill (2010) recently received the Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship in Women’s Studies for her dissertation project, "Shifting Feminist Visions at the UN: Self-Determination, Sexuality and Human Rights, 1975-1995."
Established in 1921, Phi Alpha Theta is the nation’s premier history honor society. It is the charter member of the Association of College Honor Societies, the nation’s only certifying agency for college and university honor societies, which sets standards for scholastic eligibility and organizational excellence.
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