College of Arts and Sciences
By studying diverse peoples, institutions, and cultures, you’ll learn how past events can help inform decisions about our future.
- The Museum of Anthropology in Pullman houses the largest repository of archaeological artifacts from the interior Northwest
- Participate in undergraduate research guided by renowned faculty
- Study abroad and internship opportunities allow you to apply your knowledge and gain experience
General History (Pullman | Vancouver | Tri-Cities | Global)
Pre-Law teaches you the historical evolution of law and the role of legal change in the formation of the social, political, and economic structure of the modern world. (Pullman)
History Teaching prepares you for teaching history and related fields in secondary education. (Pullman)
Social Studies Teaching prepares you for teaching a variety of social sciences in secondary education. (Pullman)
With a History degree, you can work in:
- Public history and cultural resource management
- Information and library sciences
- Curation and archiving
- Intelligence operations and government services
- Nonprofit agencies
- Business management and marketing
- Journalism, technical writing, and editing
- Legal careers
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Find out more about a degree in History
- Global Campus (Online)
Modern Global Issues
War and Society
History Teaching Certification