A.A.-T – History for Transfer

Program Description

The CRC History program offers a study of history which contributes to cultural literacy and develops critical thinking skills while helping students understand connections between the past and present.

Career Opportunities

  • Government Service
  • Archivist
  • Journalist
  • Foreign Service
  • Museum Curator
  • Historian
  • State Park Historian
  • Librarian
  • Writer
  • Researcher/Research Analyst
  • Teacher
  • Labor Leader
  • Attorney


  • Courses offered in U.S. History, World History and European History
  • The History department sponsors and contributes to events on and off campus including global genocide, the history of women, and the struggles of indigenous people and the working class.
  • Faculty includes widely published scholars and active historians with experience in foreign countries.

Transferable courses may or may not satisfy lower division major preparation, general education, and/or elective requirements. Please meet with a counselor for specific transfer course evaluation.

For information about the student learning outcomes for this program, see