Major ID: TPHI
Program Start Dates: Fall, Spring, Summer
The History Transfer Pathway provides students with the opportunity to study the narrative of past events as they relate to the human race. They use this knowledge to discuss, write, and educate others regarding the interpretation of the past.
Students who successfully complete the History Transfer Pathway will be prepared to transfer to a baccalaureate program in History. With a degree in History you can work in a number of fields within the government and education systems such as special collections librarians, archivists, museum work, and faculty at secondary and postsecondary institutions. A History degree is also useful preparation for careers in policy studies or the practice of law.
- Students will demonstrate a broad understanding of U.S. history and at least one period of world history.
- Students will make use of historical thinking.
- Students will analyze historical sources, distinguishing primary from secondary sources.
- Students will communicate effectively using historical evidence and methods.
- Students will analyze and understand the diversity of peoples within their distinctive historical contexts.
Pathway Advisors are the Academic Advisors for the Associate of Arts degree and are located in the Advising Center, Room 1340, Main Floor. For assistance or additional information, please call our Advising Center at 651.846.1739 or email: email@example.com
- At least 60 earned college-level credits (40 MnTC credits and 20 additional MnTC, pre-major or elective credits)
- A grade of “C” or better in ENGL 1711
- Associate of Arts (AA) cumulative GPA of 2.0
- Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) cumulative GPA of 2.0
- Meet Saint Paul College residency requirement: 20 credits. This requirement may be reduced to 12 credits with transfer of at least 12 college-level credits from another Minnesota State College and University or the University of Minnesota.
Saint Paul College has transfer agreements & partnerships between many post-secondary institutions. For more information please go to saintpaul.edu/Transfer.