The study of history offers insight into the complexity of the human experience by exploring the political, cultural, social, economic and environmental factors that have shaped the past and the present. The study of history also offers training in a range of skills, including how to find, evaluate, manage and synthesize multiple sources of information; how to think critically and analyze complex evidence; how to undertake independent research and manage time effectively; how to develop and present reasoned arguments supported by evidence; how to present information and arguments effectively in writing; and how to develop and deliver effective oral presentations. The skills and experiences gained through the study of history provide preparation for a variety of career tracks.
HISTORY AT KENT STATE STARK
KENT CORE HUMANITIES IN ARTS & SCIENCES AND DIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS
The Department of History offers a variety of courses that satisfy the Kent Core Humanities in Arts & Sciences requirement and the Diversity requirement.
- HIST 11050: World History - Ancient & Medieval (Global Diversity)
- HIST 11051: World History - Modern (Global Diversity)
- HIST 12070: Early America - From Pre-Colonization to Civil War & Reconstruction (Domestic Diversity)
- HIST 12071: Modern America - From Industrialization to Globalization (Domestic Diversity)