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History Concentration

Associate of Arts

History combines research and storytelling. By understanding the past, historians seek to illuminate the present. As Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has said, “It is important for all of us to appreciate where we come from and how that history has really shaped us in ways that we might not understand.

At Pima, you will study the origins and development of societies and peoples, including the indigenous civilizations of the Western Hemisphere, the cradles of Western civilization, and the history of the U.S.

You are a good fit for History if you like to analyze ideas for their strengths and weaknesses, can combine concepts creatively, and can write, speak and listen effectively. Because, as a historian, you never know who has an important story to tell.

Title IV Financial Aid eligible: Yes

 Online Option: This program can be completed entirely online

Locations

All campuses & Online

Contacts

Division of Social Sciences & Humanities
Dean: 520.206.3375
Information Sessions

Academic Options

Continue studies toward a bachelor’s degree in History, Education, or other Social Sciences.  Not all courses in Pima’s History concentration are required at all bachelor’s degree-granting schools. Students planning to transfer should meet with an advisor to complete a transfer plan.


Program/Major/Concentration Codes: AOAALA/ALA1/ALAH

www.pima.edu/history-aa

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