Conduct independent research for a senior thesis and present your work at a professional conference.
Earn credit for exploring London, Paris and Rome. Visit the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. Meet with lobbyists and lawmakers in Tallahassee.
Intern at the Pioneer Museum, Holocaust Museum, National Park Service historical exhibits, local school districts and congressional offices.
Prepare yourself to work in a global society. Become an expert in the history of the Middle East, Asia, Europe and Latin America.
Career preparation course
Learn about resume writing, interviewing, and law, graduate school and job opportunities for History majors. With a degree in History, you can explain what is happening now, why it is happening and how interrelated events from the past have influenced and shaped newsworthy events in society today—the kinds of conversations that stand out when being interviewed by potential employers.
Become an active member of Phi Alpha Theta, the History National Honor Society, or the Council on Foreign Relations, where History professors sponsor students to become members each year.