History and Political Science Student Learning Outcomes

The History and Political Science programs provide students with core and elective courses targeting the career path in history, political science or related fields. A degree in history or political science fulfills graduation requirements and uniquely positions the graduating Tuskegee student for graduate level study in the fields of law, education, or museum studies. Tuskegee University History or Political Science Program graduates are distinguished by their superior writing, research, and critical thinking skills.
  • Students will acquire and apply core knowledge, skills, and competencies, in History and Political Science.
  • Students will be able to conduct and present history and political science research projects based on various methodologies and perspectives.
  • Students will engage in interdisciplinary activities for the benefit of learning, collaborating and networking with one another.
  • Students will be assisted and be able to identify opportunities for educational enrichment beyond their academic work in the classroom.
  • Students will be motivated and encouraged to pursue graduate/professional program.
  • Students will appreciate and embrace an active and sustained life of intellectual and social activity.