Brewster Lecture 2024
Dr Omar Foda will deliver the Department of History's annual Brewster Lecture on February 1, 2024. Dr Foda's lecture is titled 'Beer Built the Pyramids: Egyptian Beer between Egyptomania and Orientalism.'
A history degree prepares you for challenging and exciting career opportunities in teaching, policy analysis, politics, public service, research, and more. History graduates are able to think critically, write effectively, and assess the dynamics of the world around them. You will become a life-long learner, capable of success in a wide variety of fields. No matter what the future holds, there will always be jobs for people with these abilities.
ECU history graduates have found employment in schools, government agencies, international and non-profit agencies, museums, archives, and historic sites. History has long been recognized as one of the ideal undergraduate preparations for careers in law, journalism, public policy, business, and public history.
The Department of History offers a Bachelor of Arts degree in History, as well as minor programs in History and Public History.
Our graduate program is built upon a solid foundation of outstanding research faculty and exceptional graduate students.
The Program in Maritime Studies takes theory into the real world where students get hands-on underwater training in the field.
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