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Montgomery College’s History Division is located within our Humanities Department. With our outstanding faculty, we offer an array of courses spanning the globe from the beginning of the human race to the present day. We believe that teaching not only takes place in the classroom, but across the college and in the community at large.  Therefore we teach students to use history as a means to inform their engagement with vital issues surrounding us in society.  To that end, our students are encouraged to explore community and civic engagement, study abroad, work within our Global Humanities Institute, intern at the Smithsonian Institute or Library of Congress through our Paul Peck Humanities Institute.

Keeping with the mission of Montgomery College, our faculty strives to change the lives of our students, enrich the community, and hold ourselves accountable through our commitment to high academic standards. Whether our students are earning an Associates Degree, transferring to a four year college or university, or immediately entering the job force, studying history at Montgomery College provides them with the necessary knowledge and skills needed to succeed in a 21st century world.

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Montgomery County, MD


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