Recent graduates from the Pacific University Department of History are engaged in a variety of interesting endeavors. Several have become teachers and lawyers, one is an intelligence agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and another is an archivist at the Freer + Sackler Gallery of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C. Others still have pursued graduate study in a variety of fields including history, archives, film, optometry, education policy, and management, while some have gone abroad to work in the Peace Corps or teach English in China.
In short, a degree in history offers a wealth of opportunities, not limited to those below.
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The following are examples of occupations that utilize the skills and knowledge developed by this major. Some may require additional specialized education or training beyond the bachelor's degree.
A college major does not determine your career. Achievement of any college degree represents to employers the ability to learn, think critically, organize, and present information. This combined with your particular collection of skills and experience makes you qualified for a much wider range of positions.