Get involved in one of the many hands-on learning opportunities designed specifically for History majors at MSU Moorhead. Whether you’re interested in joining a student organization; studying abroad; or collaborating with professors, peers and local organizations, there are abundant opportunities to get involved.
You’ll spend time observing, assisting and teaching in local classrooms and have a great deal of experience prior to your final semester of student teaching. As you’re immersed in classrooms of different grade levels and with varying teaching styles, you will be able to identify what type of classroom is the right fit for you. Learn more
Study abroad in Norway at the University of Agder. This new program is an exciting, cost-effective way for you to to study humanities subjects and learn the Norwegian language. To apply, you must be of sophomore standing or higher, and have at least a 2.5 GPA.
MSU Moorhead’s Student Academic Conference (SAC) provides an opportunity for student researchers to present their work to faculty, administration, peers and the community in a formal academic setting each April. You’ll have the chance to present your hard work in a variety of ways—panel discussions, workshops, multimedia presentations, displays and demonstrations—and gather constructive feedback to help you better analyze and continue exploration.