We are so excited to return to our beautiful campus in Fall 2021!
We are offering nearly 60 history courses in Fall, with 20 of these in person! Another 27 classes will be 100% online asynchronous, and 12 will be online synchronous (via Zoom video conference), allowing students flexibility to continue their path to graduation.
Our amazing History faculty will be teaching classes on Immigration and the Contested American Identity (HIST 387), The Middle East and the Rise of Islamic Societies (HIST 363), World War II: Global Warfront, Local Homefront (HIST 479), The History of Sustainability (HIST 323), The Korean Peninsula (HIST 369), Race and the Modern American Nation (HIST 385), US and California Environmental History (HIST 388), Baseball in the United States and Caribbean (HIST 480), Sexuality and Identity in US History (HIST 473), and Introduction to Teaching History (HIST 404, for prospective middle and high school teachers), among many other important and fascinating courses. You can find a schedule (subject to change) of our Fall 2021 classes here. Open enrollment begins on May 10. A number of Summer 2021 history classes are also being offered.
We are also excited to be planning new 1-unit career preparation "labs" (HIST 405) with sustained examinations of careers in law, land conservation, and digital humanities, taught by leading experts and practitioners in these fields.
Faculty advisors will reach out to current History majors to schedule advising appointments. New Transfers for Fall 2021 should contact Dr. Bridget Ford, Department Chair (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a course selection advising appointment.