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Responsibility for overseeing undergraduate education
in History lies with the Undergraduate Studies Committee. The committee handles curriculum planning, supervises academic advising for all majors, identifies areas for curricular improvement and development, keeps the faculty abreast of new teaching and advising
opportunities and requirements, and evaluates external courses for transfer credit.
Goal 1: Students will acquire a broad introduction to the study of history,
while also developing skills in analytical thinking, critical reading,
expository writing, and effective communication.
Goal 2: Through the study of history, our majors will acquire knowledge of
and perspective on the past, become knowledgeable citizens, and prepare for a
broad array of careers.
Goal 3: Students will write critically and
analytically. Students will produce critical essays that include a clear thesis
statement, proper citation formatting, and the use of primary sources to build
a persuasive argument.
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Graduates of the History Department at the University of Delaware will have demonstrated the following skills, aligned with eight of the university's ten General Education goals:
Department of History Assessment Plan