Student Learning Outcomes
Courses taken in the Department of History at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa offer students an opportunity to learn a particular set of skills, called Student Learning Outcomes. Below you’ll find the Student Learning Outcomes for courses in the Department of History:
- Students can explain historical change and continuity.
- Students can write clear expository prose and orally present their ideas according to disciplinary conventions.
- Students can identify, interpret and evaluate primary sources and other relevant information.
- Students can identify the main historiographical issues in a specific area of concentration.