1. History majors should be able to express coherently an appreciation of religious, philosophical, and cultural diversity.
  2. History majors should be able to demonstrate how the discipline of history and the development of various historical methodologies provide frameworks for understanding human cultures. 
  3. History majors should be able to demonstrate the impact of the discipline of history upon human understanding of religious traditions, political systems, and cultural identity. 
  4. History majors should be knowledgeable of the historical impact of Christianity and the Biblical revelation upon the development of Western culture. 
  5. History majors should develop an appreciation of the contribution and struggle for recognition, franchise, and power, within a democracy, by marginalized groups in American history such as: women, African Americans, Native Americans, and others.