Professionally speaking, a history minor broadens your training and experience making it a valuable asset for any career you plan to pursue. You can expand your knowledge of political, social, cultural, and religious history to discover how history has shaped the world today. At Truman, you have the flexibility to study the time periods and topics that interest you.
The history minor helps you build critical thinking, analytical reading, problem-solving, and research skills as well as important communication skills that help you become a more effective speaker and writer.
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