A History curriculum provides excellent preparations for many professions. History majors develop skills in information acquisition, analysis, appreciation and application. Students of History have found their way to many professions such as governmental policy makers and advisers, administrators, business managers and consultants, editors, news analysts, investigative reporters, museum curators, archivists, librarians, cultural preservationists, park service and tourism officials, teachers, public relations experts, lawyers and more.

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While many graduate degrees in history traditionally lead to positions in higher education, the successful completion of a graduate degree in history is excellent preparation for entering a variety of fields — archival and museum work, government policy and research positions, historical publishing as well as careers in both public office and private business. Although students can obtain graduate degrees at many other institutions, the Department of History and Geography at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette offers unique opportunities and special fields of study.

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