A sense of the past is essential to personal identity, national unity and international co-existence. Yet modern society makes the past increasingly elusive. The study of history produces both awareness of the fragility of our knowledge of the past and the critical tools we need to examine the many versions of the past offered to us.
Students who choose to study history at Huron benefit from the intensive interaction between students and faculty that comes with learning in a small-class environment. The History program is structured in a way that allows students to begin with a broad approach (with the first year introductory course in World History) and then in their second year to choose from a wider range of courses than in any other History program at UWO. Huron uniquely requires students to complete a course in historical methods. History students also take seminar courses that emphasize research essays and presentations.
Interactive classes, readily available professors, and a carefully designed, coherent program of study that still allows a considerable range of free choice give students the foundation they need to pursue a career or further studies.
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