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Department of History and World Languages and Cultures

Department of History and World Languages and Cultures

The Department of History and World Languages and Cultures offers three bachelor-level degrees, several minors and a Certificate in Museum Studies. These programs help students understand an increasingly diverse world by fostering the study of the human experience globally and historically. Students will prepare for a wide variety of careers, becoming proficient in critical analysis, research, and oral, written, and digital communication.

The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences offers students a traditional liberal arts education to meet the needs of the 21st century, allowing them to compete for a variety of careers in an increasingly complex and evolving world.

Degree Programs

History
What better place to study history than in the city that gave birth to both the Confederacy and the Civil Rights Movement? AUM’s bachelor’s degree in history program will give you insight into the world and the forces and events that shaped it, taught by one of the most accomplished history faculties in the Southeast. A number of internships are available to get practical experience for the job market.

For more information please contact:
Dr. Lee Farrow, Room LA 345, (334) 244-3392, lfarrow@aum.edu

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Certificates

Certificate in Museum Studies

Are you majoring in art, history, anthropology, archeology, art history, natural science, english, or theatre? Have you ever wanted to work in a history, science, or art museum? A national park, historic site, gallery, auction house, library, zoo or aquarium?

If so, the Certificate in Museum Studies may be right for you.

AUM Historical Review

The AUM Historical Review is a student-edited journal sponsored by the Department of History at Auburn University at Montgomery. Submissions may include papers on world history, U.S. history, or Alabama history. Movie and documentary reviews, book reviews, articles on historic sites, interviews, and oral histories are also welcomed. The journal publishes the work of AUM students, regardless of major or classification. Archives of the AUM Historical Review are available online here.

Read more about this publication in Clubs and Organizations.

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Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Phone    (334) 244-3221
Fax (334) 244-3740
Liberal Arts, Room 348
P.O. Box 244023
Montgomery, AL 36124

Physical Address:
7051 Senators Drive
Montgomery, AL 36117

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Through its various departments, the AUM College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences offers a variety of resources to give students the necessary knowledge and skills to be profoundly competitive. Join us and apply to AUM, where learning matters most. It’s why we learn-and why we teach.

Department of History and World Languages and Cultures

lee farrow

Lee Farrow
Department Chair
Distinguished Research Professor
Distinguished Teaching Professor
Liberal Arts 345
334-244-3392
lfarrow@aum.edu

lee farrow

Lee Farrow
Department Chair
Distinguished Research Professor
Distinguished Teaching Professor
Liberal Arts 345
334-244-3392
lfarrow@aum.edu

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Taylor Center 101

Address

7400 East Drive Montgomery, AL 36117

Office Hours

8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday

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334-244-3000

Fax

334-244-3795

E-mail

admissions@aum.edu

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