Located in a city steeped in history, UMass Lowell's History Department has a small department feel with the resources of a large research university.
Details about the undergraduate program are in the Academic Catalog:
The History Department also offers a minor in history. A minor in history permits a student to develop an expertise in this field without the rigorous commitment required of the major. A history minor requires a minimum of six courses; see below for details.
For admissions information, visit the UMass Lowell Admissions and Aid website:
You will be trained to think and write critically about history. Preparing you for a wide array of careers including teaching, law, government service, business, medicine and research. More than half our graduates go on to graduate school.
The best way to learn about history is to see it come alive whether that is traveling to Havana, Cuba or exploring Athens' ruins. We offer exchanges and faculty-led programs around the world.
Located in the heart of the Lowell National Historical Park, including the Tsongas Industrial History Center, Lowell is the ultimate classroom to learn about the industrial revolution and immigrate populations. We're also less than 45 minutes to Boston.