Graduate students in the History Department may also pursue a credential in Teaching World History Teaching as part of their professionalization portfolio. Students are eligible for this credential once they have fulfilled the following requirements:
- Taken the graduate course designed by Prof. Diego Holstein on Teaching World History
- Designed a syllabus for a World History survey (likely a requirement in the above-mentioned course)
- Taken at least two courses with transregional or world historical perspectives
- Taught a stand-alone World History class, which eligible ABD graduate students in the History Department have several standing opportunities to teach each year.
Students who are interested in pursuing the credential in Teaching World History should speak with their principal advisor(s) and the Graduate Director.