|Five NMU history majors interned at the Marquette Regional History Center this summer. They took part in a special tour of the historic cottage and grounds of Ives Lake, originally developed by Upper Peninsula pioneer J.M. Longyear.|
At Northern, we strongly believe in learning by doing. With guidance from caring, engaged instructors, you will be challenged to do high-quality research, improve your communication and quantitative skills, and develop an understanding of societal and individual factors that motivate human action—all skills desired by employers in many fields.
The traditional path of a history graduate is a professional who researches and analyzes the past, such as an archivist, biographer, curator, educator, genealogist or historian. History graduates also often find employment as bankers, FBI/CIA agents, genealogists, lawyers, legislative aides, librarians, managers, politicians, research analysts, personnel directors, sales representatives and writers—or other positions that require good communication and research skills.
Secondary Education - History
Secondary Education - Social Studies
Secondary Education – History
For complete details on the classes you’ll take and other considerations in earning your degree, please visit our online Undergraduate Bulletin at www.nmu.edu/bulletin.
What you’ll do at NMU
As an NMU student, your opportunities to get involved on campus and in the community are boundless. You can get involved in creating public historical displays for the Beaumier Upper Peninsula Heritage Center, Marquette Regional History Center and Michigan Iron Industry Museum. You might do in-depth research for the NMU and Central Upper Peninsula Archives and the Center for Upper Peninsula Studies. You could present historical programs and performances for area youth programs, including the U.P. Children’s Museum. Many Northern history graduates have used their hands-on experience to go on to become museum curators, historical park managers and history educators. What will you do?
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If you have college credit and want to find out what will transfer to NMU, please visit www.nmu.edu/transfercredit.