History Concentration

Joseph Abbott, PhD, Chair
Phone: (419) 995-8856
Email: abbott.j@rhodesstate.edu
Office: 145E Tech Edu Lab

The History concentration is for the student who intends to transfer to a four-year college or university for further study in areas including: History, Political Science, Pre-law, and others.  To complete the concentration, a student must complete the Associate of Arts distribution requirements and an additional six credit hours of courses listed in the concentration.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion, the student will be able to:

1. Demonstrate effective communication in reading and writing (Core Skill/Ability: "Writing")

2. Apply critical thinking across the disciplines. (Core Skill/Ability: "Critical Thinking")

3. Utilize technological skills and knowledge to achieve academic and work-related goals. (Core Skill/Ability: "Information Literacy")

4. Demonstrate an understanding of the diversity of human culture. (Core Skill/Ability: "Global and Diversity Awareness")

5. Synthesize quantitative data and apply mathematics to solve problems. (Core Skill/Ability: "Computational Skills")

6. Demonstrate an understanding of natural science processes and laboratory competence. (Technical Competency: "Scientific Literacy")

7. Integrate competencies 1-6 into a comprehensive research application. (Technical Competency: "Skills/Abilities Integration")

8. Demonstrate abilities that enhance professional values. (Technical Competency: "Professional Skills")