Contact Info

          History, Politics, Languages and Cultures Department
          Hendricks Hall, Room 146
          235 Scotland Road
          Edinboro, PA 16444
          Phone: (814) 732-2575

          Umeme Sababu
          Department Chair
          Phone: (814) 732-2575
          Email: smitha@edinboro.edu

          History, Politics, Languages and Cultures



          Degree programs in history, politics, languages and cultures equip students with the education necessary to excel in some of the most interesting and emergent career fields of the 21st Century.

          Pre-law and legal studies

          Pre-law and legal studies

          EU provides students with excellent resources for preparing for graduate-level education in law and, ultimately, the practice of law.

          World Languages Lab

          World Languages Lab

          State-of-the-art facilities like the world languages lab give students hands-on experience

          Mackenzie Waterston pursues expertise in military history with internship

          Mackenzie Waterston pursues expertise in military history with internship

          The military history and anthropology major is currently interning at the New York State Military Museum, and participated in an archaeological dig in Saipan last year.

          Leaders in their fields

          Leaders in their fields

          EU grads like State Representative Ryan Bizzarro serve their communities with demonstrated leadership

            Edinboro University’s History, Politics, Languages and Cultures Department offers many unique and innovative ways to learn from the past and from the diverse people and cultures that contribute to our modern global society.

            The Department offers a comprehensive approach to the study of human beings, cultures and languages, as well as the circumstances and events that transformed their lives from prehistory to the present. Through a broad array of course offerings, faculty members are committed to providing students with both a national and international perspective, informed by an appreciation of cultural and linguistic diversity.

            Political Science students at EU develop a broad and sophisticated understanding of politics, including knowledge of American politics, international relations, comparative politics, and political theory. Students develop skills in critical thinking, research, and oral and written communication.

            The Department strives to create a student-centered environment focused on teaching, research and advising to enable its majors to develop research, analytical and language skills that can be utilized across a broad spectrum of professional environments.

            Majors & Programs

            Bachelor's
            Program
            Curriculum
            Course Sequence
            History - Comprehensive
            Bachelor of Arts
            Program Number: 0530
            Department: History, Politics, Languages and Cultures
            Description
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            Minors
            Program
            Curriculum
            German Minor
            Minor
            Program Number: 1069
            Department: History, Politics, Languages and Cultures
            Description
            History Minor
            Minor
            Program Number: 1046
            Department: History, Politics, Languages and Cultures
            Description
            Latin American Studies Minor
            Minor
            Program Number: 1022
            Department: History, Politics, Languages and Cultures
            Description
            Political Science Minor
            Minor
            Program Number: 1059
            Department: History, Politics, Languages and Cultures
            Description
            Spanish Minor
            Minor
            Program Number: 1007
            Department: History, Politics, Languages and Cultures
            Description