Student Resources

University Course Rotation Page

Major Contracts

Major Academic Plan

Registration Petition for Adds with Time Conflicts

Citations

For historians, citations are vital. They are provided for material that is directly quoted and for material that is summarized or paraphrased from a source. Citations are often used by historians to demonstrate their depth of knowledge in the field and their vast research. More information on citations

Tips & Guides

The study of history requires mastery of historical methods and the standards of historical writing. HSU history majors have many opportunities to develop these skills as students and the department strives to prepare students for a range of possible careers after graduation.

The guides and websites provided in this section offer advice on everything from citations, grammar, and writing style to résumé development and applications to graduate school:

Writing, Citation, and Style guides – this page contains links to online guides for research, writing and citations

Teaching Assistant Internship Opportunities – this page provides information on teaching assistant opportunities for advanced HSU History Majors

Preparing Your Résumé/Curriculum Vitae – this page directs students to resources to help prepare your résumé or curriculum vitae (CV) for applications for jobs and graduate schools

Applying for graduate school – this page provides advice and links to help history majors apply and prepare for graduate school

Challenge Exam

As of Fall 2017, challenge exams to satisfy the American Institutions requirement are no longer offered. Students needing to satisfy the U.S. history portion of the requirement may do so by successfully completing ECON 323, HIST 110, HIST 111, or NAS 200.

Clarke Museum WW1 Exhibit

“Wartime in Humboldt County:The Centennial of World War I”:http://www.clarkemuseum.org/ww-i-online-exhibit.htmlhistory-major-contract_fall15.pdf