Graduate Certificate in History Education
Program Learning Outcomes
- Students will demonstrate mastery of historical knowledge and understanding in content areas related to their teaching.
- Students will be able to research and write historical papers based on primary sources that demonstrate content mastery as well as a familiarity with primary research, historical methodologies, and bibliographical tools as models for student learning.
- Students will think like historians, which includes, among other attributes, "historical habits of mind" and "historiographic sensibilities," i.e., a critical and self-conscious approach to the constructed nature of historical knowledge.
- Students will be able to transfer their historical knowledge to the classroom through the design of an appropriate teaching unit.
Graduate Certificate in History Education - 15 units
Core Requirements (9 units)
|HIST 700||History as a Field of Knowledge||3|
|HIST 870||Curriculum Project||3|
Electives (6 units)
|HIST 701||The Historiography of World History||3|
|HIST 702||Sexuality in Historical Perspective||3|
|HIST 705||Approaches to History||3|
|HIST 710||Seminar in Ancient and Medieval History||3|
|HIST 720||Seminar in Medieval History||3|
|HIST 730||Seminar in Early Modern European History||3|
|HIST 740||Seminar in the History of Europe Since 1815||3|
|HIST 741||The Holocaust and Postwar Germany Taught in English||3|
|HIST 780||Seminar in American History To 1877||3|
|HIST 790||Seminar in American History Since 1877||3|
|HIST 805||Seminar in the History of Women||3|
|HIST 830||Seminar in Latin American History||3|
|HIST 840||Readings in Southeast Asian History||3|
|HIST 850||Topics in World History Since 1500||3|
All other requirements must be complete before students enroll in HIST 870.