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History & Anthropology

History (BA)

The history curriculum is designed to provide an understanding of the complex forces that have shaped the present and to assist in preparing for careers in business, law, politics, public service, journalism, or teaching.

Course offerings in history provide students with a strong background in U.S. and European History, and in the History of Western
Civilization. In addition, the department offers electives in African, Asian, Latin American, and Middle Eastern History. Our internship and experiential programs include opportunities to work at museums, historical associations, and historical sites in New Jersey.

Requirements for the major

Succeeding in History classes:

Campbell teaching
advising

Advising:

The History and Anthropology faculty has a strong commitment to departmental advising as a component of the academic experience. Each student is assigned an advisor who is available to aide the student with curriculum choices, the scheduling
process, and career expectations and goals. Professors are available during weekly office hours and by appointment. For questions, please contact Maureen Dorment, the Department Advising Coordinator for History and Anthropology at mdorment@monmouth.edu.

Independent Study:

Experiential Education

Careers and Professional Development for Majors in History and Anthropology

Life after Monmouth:

Rome