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Courses include surveys with general overviews of core issues in African, American, Asian, Latin American, Western, and World History as well as more specialized upper level courses which students tailor to their specific interests. Majors spend a significant amount of time observing and engaging teachers in partner schools, ultimately planning, teaching, and assessing actual students while choosing an area of teaching specialization in Economics, History, Geography, or Political Science.
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Careers are available as teachers in schools, museums, and historic sites; researchers in historical organizations, resource management, think tanks, and preservation; communication journalists, editors, and multimedia producers; information managers such as archivists and librarians; advocates in law, litigation, and legislative support; and contractors for corporations and nonprofit organizations. Advanced degrees in history, law, and public policy are also a consideration.
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Applications for the Counseling Psychology program will be reviewed beginning on March 15 for fall admissions and October 1 for spring admissions. Applications received by these dates will receive priority and will be processed before registration so new students can register on time for a better selection of classes. After the priority deadlines, applications will be reviewed when they are received and students will be admitted based on space available in the program.
Program Chair, PsychologyCollegiate Professor
We send our students out into the real world through practicum. This is an incredible experience for our students and for the sites, as well. Our students apply theory and techniques they've learned in the real world at each site.