|Faculty:||Centre for Global and Social Analysis|
|Field of Study:||History, General
|Description:||As a graduate of Athabasca University’s History program you will have the ability to: situate contemporary events in broader historical contexts; explain changing social attitudes as the product of specific contexts and events; recognize the ways in which knowledge is socially constructed and sanctioned; discuss significant debates and changing practices within the historical profession; describe major historiographical trends and assess their strengths and weaknesses; evaluate information for its relevance and reliability; articulate logical arguments based on relevant information; identify multiple possible explanations for events; interpret historical evidence carefully and assess for possible bias; plan and conduct research that is accurate, thorough and broadly based; communicate research results clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing.|
|URL:||History Concentration at Athabasca University|
|Cost per year:*||
|Additional Admission Requirements:||
There are no formal admission requirements for either the 3-year or the 4-year program. All you need is to be 16 or older. You can enrol anytime and start right away, regardless of your previous education.