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Garfield Avenue project affects travel on lower campus.

The project is expected to be completed in fall 2018, and the footbridge will be closed from late May to late August in both 2017 and 2018.

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If you want to add an expertise in history to a degree in another discipline, our certificates are a good option. Check out the history and interdisciplinary certificates which we offer. If you are interested in one of these certificates or would like to learn more, don't hesitate to contact us.

History

See specific details about our majors(M), comprehensive majors(CM), minors(m), and certificates(C).

 Global and Comparative History Certificate

12 credits required

Our Global and Comparative History Certificate is developed specifically for students with majors other than History. The courses comprising this certificate will give you a better understanding of the historical development and interactions among nations, regions and global institutions. Open to all majors, majors in Political Science, Business, Economics, Geography, and Women's Studies may find this certificate particularly useful to enhance their degree program. 

For more information check out the course catalog.

Race, Gender, and Society Certificate

12 credits required

Our certificate in Race, Gender, and Society focuses on issues central to understanding contemporary culture, society and identity. This certificate can be a very marketable addition to any field of study, including Women's Studies, Social Work, Criminal Justice, and Sociology. 

For more information check out the course catalog.

Transnational Asian Studies Certificate (Interdisciplinary)

15 credits required

Our certificate in Transnational Asian Studies is an interdisciplinary certificate, offering courses from various departments across campus. This certificate focuses on exploring Asia and the Asian diaspora to gain knowledge about Asian ancestry. You can customize this certificate to meet your individual interests. 

For more information check out the course catalog.

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