Undergraduate

History is central to our understanding of the human experience. The study of the past allows us to place our world in context, whether we want to understand international crises or social relations within our own communities. 

Students must take 33 credits in history, with specified distributions to provide students with a broad understanding of history. Distributions include a broad survey sequence, work in different chronological periods, work in different geographical areas, advanced work in history and a capstone course on historiography.

150 years in the heart of Detroit