A traditional pre-law course of study, followed by law school. Secondary social studies teaching when coupled with the secondary education program. Professional positions as historical editors, museum, archive, and historical agency managers. A major advantage of an undergraduate history major is its relevance to a diversity of career paths. History graduates practice law at every corporate, criminal and international level; they administer and teach at the secondary and college levels in every part of the country; they serve in local, state, and federal government as elected, appointed, and civil service officers; they work in journalism, advertising and public relations; they pursue varied business careers as owners and managers.

Opportunities for Graduate Studies:

Law School (J.D.), M.A. and Ph.D. with various specializations, M.B.A.