Honours: 18 credit hours in HIST at the 2000 or 3000 level
Advanced: 18 credit hours in HIST at the 2000 level
General: 12 credit hours in HIST at the 2000 level
* Check the general calendar requirements as all 3 streams MUST complete 3 different areas in History.
To do this year:
- Should you follow a 3-or 4-year plan? Meet with an academic advisor and career consultant to map out your options.
- Consider choosing a second language for your minor to enhance your employability prospects upon graduation.
Make professional connections:
- Join the Career Mentor Program to learn from professionals.
- Attend career fairs to connect with employers.
- Become a student affiliate with theCanadian Historical Association.
- Attend the Fort Garry Lectures/Manitoba Student History Talks.
Market your skills: Develop your resumé and cover letter and refine your interview skills.
VOLUNTEER & WORK EXPERIENCE
Explore student research opportunities: Apply for an Undergraduate Research Award and inquire about research assistant positions.
Gain practical experience by volunteering: Check out the Volunteers in Public Service (VIPS) program, Manitoba Historical Society, Parks Canada and museums or historic sites.
Find opportunities to market yourself: Become a Faculty of Arts Student Ambassador.
Develop global career skills and expand intercultural learning: Consider an international student exchange or Travel Study to Israel, an international internship or service-learning program, My World Abroad or SWAP for a "working holiday".
Staying local? Check out the TD Internship for Truth and Reconciliation or one of the local service-learning programs. Consider learning a new language and culture through the Volunteer Language Exchange Program.