Undergraduate 2017-2018

Department of History

Chair: Nicholas Syrett, Ph.D.

Location: Ross Hall 3270

Telephone: 970.351.2905

Faculty: Mary Green Borg, M.A.; Emily Brownell, Ph.D.; Joan L. Clinefelter, Ph.D.; Fritz Fischer, Ph.D.; Aaron Haberman, Ph.D.; Jiacheng Liu, Ph.D; Jacob Melish, Ph.D.; Steven Seegel, Ph.D.; Nicholas Syrett, Ph.D.; T.J. Tomlin, Ph.D.; Robert G. Weis, Ph.D.; Michael Welsh, Ph.D., Corinne Wieben, Ph.D.

Course(s) Offered (Prefix):

Program(s) Offered:

History B.A.

Liberal Arts Emphasis

Secondary Teaching Emphasis - Licensure: Social Studies (Grades 7-12)

History Minor

The discipline of history concerns itself with the record of the human past, thereby forming an indispensable background for all other areas of knowledge, whether in the humanities, social sciences or sciences.

It is the role of the History program at UNC to offer a series of courses that address the significant events in the human past for the purpose of liberally educating students from all areas of the University. The program has a second, but no less important, role in training teachers at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.


Master's degree candidates are encouraged to apply for the Oliver M. Dickerson stipend presently established at $1,000-$4,000 per academic year. Application should be made to the Coordinator of Graduate Studies, Department of History, UNC, Greeley, CO 80639.

For additional resources: See “Financial Aid”.