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History majors at FLC get active with their craft. You’ll weave different disciplines and data sources into rich narratives. You’ll analyze class, race, gender, and sexuality. You can delve into your own cultural roots and forge perspectives on cultural spectrums. You’ll get to conduct original research and present your findings. And by graduation, you’ll have the communication skills that meet human-driven challenges in diverse career fields.
Once you graduate, you are qualified for any related graduate program. Earning this degree also leads to careers in such fields as:
For any career, this degree establishes your critical thinking, researching, and writing abilities. You will gain demonstrable analytical skills in collecting data, assessing evidence, interpreting conflicting information, crafting arguments, and honing perspectives. You will be able to apply the tools, methods, and knowledge from the History program to any area concerned with human-driven challenges and solutions.
“In 2014 I moved to Denver to pursue a double master's degree from the University of Denver in Library Science and Curriculum & Instruction. I am also serving as the parliamentarian for the Colorado Association of Libraries board, thanks to my experience as a court justice with ASFLC at Fort Lewis. My experiences taking advantage of study abroad and innovative months while at Fort Lewis had an immense impact on igniting my obsession with travel and endless curiosity about the world.”
- Melissa McConnell (History, ’09)
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