Sharing yesterday’s history with tomorrow’s future
As a history education major, you will have the opportunity to instill a love for history and how its events shape the past, present, and future. You will learn both content and process, and study within a department that cares deeply for the following: studying history as a means of improving your cultural literacy; striving to understand your own world view and that of others; and acquiring a mastery of critical historical methodology. You’ll learn how historians work, and how to teach that to your students.
History Education Curriculum
Pursuing a history education degree will equip you with hands-on, practical experiences every semester. You will receive rigorous training in history while gaining a comprehensive understanding in a series of courses, field experiences, and classroom experience throughout your time at Huntington University.
From practicum to student teaching, you will gain a wide exposure to different grade levels and styles of teaching and learning.
- Historical Perspective on Culture
- History of the U.S.
- Historical Method
- The British Empire
- Principles of Macroeconomics
- Public Policy
- American Political Institutions
- Introduction to Psychology
- Principles of Sociology