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History professors are expert historians and educators. They teach history to college students. The major part of their job involves lecturing history students, creating lesson plans, assigning homework, and setting exam papers. Many history professors do more than just teach students. They also research relevant historical events for various purposes and publish historical reports and journals.
The minimum educational qualification for this role is a master's degree in history. A Ph.D. is required for tenured positions. Most history professors specialize in a specific area such as military history or a specific historical period such as the medieval period. Work experience can be obtained by working as a teaching assistant to a qualified and experienced history professor.
At your interview, the interviewing panel will ask you details about your area of specialization and your teaching experience. They will want to know more about why you chose that particular history specialty. During the interview, they will also gauge your communication skills. This is a highly competitive position. The best way to beat the competition is to go to the interview well-prepared. You can do this by going to Mock Questions and giving some thought to how you will answer the questions listed there.