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2017-2018 Catalog 
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Department of History

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Department Chair: Sara Dant
Location: Social Science Building, Room 234
Telephone Contact: Jenna Daniels, 801-626-6706
Professors: Sara Dant, Gregory Lewis, Kathryn MacKay, Susan Matt, Richard Sadler, Gene Sessions, Eric Swedin; Associate Professors: Brady Brower, Vikki Deakin, Stephen Francis, LaRae Larkin, Branden Little; Assistant Professor: Jeffrey Richey

History is a record of political, social and cultural events and achievements of humankind. Historians analyze and evaluate this record in an attempt to understand and interpret the present.

The history offerings are designed to: provide adequate programs to prepare teachers; prepare students who plan to do graduate work; and provide courses which contribute to the general education of all students.

Interdisciplinary Minors

The History Department participates in the Asian Studies, Environmental Studies, Ethnic Studies, European Studies and Latin American Studies Minor Programs. Students who wish to enroll in one of these programs should indicate their desire to do so with the program coordinator who will help them work out a proper combination of courses to fit their particular needs. (See the Engaged Learning, Honors, and Interdisciplinary Programs  section of this catalog.)


History Course Descriptions  


    Bachelor of ArtsMinorTeaching MinorHonors, Departmental

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