History Student Advisor
Professor Sheryl Nomelli
Students will learn to utilize their understanding of history to help achieve their educational, career and personal goals. These goals include an ability by the student to demonstrate proficiency in the identification, recognition, description, and understanding of cultural practices and social structures.
Whether it is to transfer to a Bachelor’s program, earn general education credits or simply gain a better understanding of history, philosophy or sociology, students walk away with skills that will serve them in multiple facets of their lives. Please, examine the course offerings. If a class you seek is enrolled to capacity, contact the instructor. Only faculty can add students once the semester has begun.
A. James McKeever PhD
Chairman of the History, Humanities, Philosophy and Sociology Department