History communicates a profound understanding of how our world came into being.
At Laurier, we study ordinary and exceptional people living in many different places and conditions, from the ancient past to modern times.
1.0 credit from:
War, Conflict & Rebellion in Late Antiquity, 200-730
War, Conflict & Rebellion in the Middle Ages, 730-1500
Europe Transformed: Empire, Revolution and War, 1870-1918
Age of Extremes: Europe's 20th Century
The History of Alcohol
Problems in Colonial Canadian History
Problems in Modern Canadian History
Aviation in North America
Problems in United States History
Topics in North American History to the 1860s
Topics in North American History from the 1860s
Ancient History in a Global Context
Great Battles in History
War and Society in the Western World
Pirates! A World History
Revolution in the Modern World
Art from the Renaissance to the Present
Problems in Global History Since 1945
Ancient Heroes: Story and Tradition
History and Popular Culture in the Modern World
The Roots of Now: Modern World History
In addition, you'll choose 4.0 elective credits in courses that interest you. For detailed information, visit Program Requirements.
We encourage applicants of all academic backgrounds to apply.
Visit our admission requirements section to find specific requirements for international curriculums, other Canadian curriculums, transfer students and more.
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