Graduates are expected to:
- demonstrate the ability to assess and think critically about historical issues and how people interpret those issues.
- demonstrate skills in analyzing historical data and reach informed conclusions about those data.
- have a basic factual knowledge of the particular period of history being studied.
- examine major issues that have shaped the human experience.
- identify and understand the internal dynamics of change within societies.
- have a greater understanding of the synergistic relationship between politics, economic trends, socio-cultural issues, and intellectual trends.
- synthesize information from a wide array of sources.
- demonstrate their abilities to analyze, critique, and revise.