The program promotes historical knowledge through a balanced dose of methodology, chronology, and spatial analysis. It also encourages the student’s use of study and research tools alongside skill development. Scientific knowledge is expanded through the integration of theory with practice, and the adoption of modern means of teaching history. The program also allows the student to select a specialization in a particular area, which identifies opportunities for future work or research. It provides students with a strong historical base to capitalize on existing career opportunities in the job market, especially in the fields of history and international relations.

 

Detailed Study Plan


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  • Deepening students' historical knowledge through a balanced dose of methodology (narrative and analytical approaches), time dimension and spatial framework.
  • Enabling the student to use study and research tools through skill development (investigation, analysis and interpretation.
  • Expanding student’s scientific knowledge by integrating theory with practice, and adopting modern methods in the teaching of history courses in order to shed light on the other historical effects, such as: the reaches of civilization, which include economic intellectual, social and diplomatic history, thus achieving the required scientific balance.
  • Provide the opportunity for students of history to choose the area of specialization in a specific area, which serves to identify opportunities for future work or research in higher education.
  1. determine the historical divisions of each era in history
  2. analyze the relationship between historical events and geographical conditions
  3. identify the relationship between history and humanistic sciences, e.g., philosophy
  4. follow-up the historical events using the methodology of scientific research
  5. relate the historical events to each other, coming up with some new results
  6. use the experimental tools and techniques in historical research
  7. analyze the historical events in a deep manner and reconstruct them again
  8. revise or re-read the history anew from one's personal perspective
  9. retrieve the important historical dates and names of the historical personalities

The total number of students enrolled in the History Program in the second semester 2015-2016:

B A History (Major)           361

Minor History                     6

enrolling in this program are:

The student must have been taught in the undergraduate program in sociology, or in the media (tourism).