Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Sciences A.A.
The History Concentration is part of the Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Sciences A.A. degree program and prepares students for academic success
in baccalaureate transfer programs in history. By offering students courses that reflect a
diverse set of global and cultural perspectives, the program
expects students to explore and reflect on human endeavors in the context of nature and society.
The Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Sciences History Concentration enables graduates to:
develop proficiency in written and oral communication;
- examine ideas and issues from multiple perspectives; and
- develop analytical and creative problem solving skills.
The History Concentration curriculum is primarily for the student who anticipates transfer to a four-year institution to complete work for a
baccalaureate degree. The curriculum satisfies the SUNY Transfer Pathways and provides seamless transfer into history programs at SUNY schools.
For more information on our Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Sciences History Concentration please view the degree requirements and contact:
Dr. Babette Faehmel
Elston Hall, Room