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My learning experience was valuable to me in the sense that I was able to apply real world application to my learning. There were countless times in both degree programs where I was able to apply what I was learning to my life.

Kirk D. S.
Shakopee, MN
Criminal Justice

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History (Minor)

Degree Overview

History courses examine the human experience in all its variety, richness, and unpredictability. Students focus on the process of development as both change and continuity, and on understanding experience within a particular context. Courses accommodate the career interests of students. Topics are directed toward developing student appreciation of the past’s impact on the present and future.

Students develop skills in problem definition, information gathering, application and evaluation, and problem solution. Students develop the ability to read, think, and write critically, and communicate results clearly. The study of history emphasizes acquisition of attitudes or habits of mind that emphasize empathy, objectivity, and ease with ambiguity.

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