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Student Opportunities


SUNY Oneonta History students have access not only to an extensive and versatile curriculum (consisting of a major, a minor, and concentrations for related programs, preparing graduates for careers in teaching, business, the practice of law, museum studies, administration, communications, public service, and graduate studies, to name but a few), but also to:

An exceptionally strong Internship Program, offering students crucial work experiences in museums, archives, and historical sites across the state and further afield. For more information click here.


Research and teaching assistantships with History faculty members. For more information click here.

Study Abroad programs. For more information click here.

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On-site and study-abroad history courses for which our students travel to Lithuania, Ghana, the New York canals, Civil War battlefields, New York City, Boston and other locations.

Career workshops

Graduate school workshops

Public lectures such as the Alden Scholar Series or the Redfield Speaker Series, run by History Department members

Phi Alpha Theta (National History Honor Society)

Clio: The History Club, and the Medieval Studies Club


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