Discover the past and create the future. Study a range of thematic courses, including Food History, War and Society, Gender and Sexuality and Rural History. Enjoy small seminars in the first year, access to special archives and courses with community partners such as the Guelph Black Heritage Society, and the Guelph Civic Museum. Graduates are flexible, intelligent, polished communicators, researchers and problem solvers who follow their passions in business, law, education, civil service, journalism, and the arts.
It offers a wide array of classes for the majors and minors and for anyone else with an interest in history. Students in the History program become informed and engaged global citizens through courses exploring every region of the world. It also offers thematic courses on the global history of sports, religions, and science and technology, to name a few. The faculty has particular strengths in the histories of Canada, Scotland, Britain and Europe, Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America.
- options for study covering the globe, from ancient to contemporary history;
- thematic courses on topical issues like food and health, politics and revolution, environmental change, crime and justice, popular culture, and more;
- numerous experiential learning opportunities including some in the University's Archives and Special Collections and the Art Gallery of Guelph;
- the possibility of a university field school or semester abroad;
- mentorship by dedicated and approachable professors who love what they do.
*History co-op option starting in Fall 2021 (subject to approval).
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,404|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$6,976|
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