Reply To: All university students should be required to take history courses no matter what their field of study is. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

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University: University of Wisconsin
October 13, 2020 at 6:05 pm

Some famous people like Hammer said that we can never know where and how we can improve ourselves without history. But from my perspective, history is not a necessary subject that every college student needs to learn.

Firstly, I think (that interests[word form error   ] and love are necessary)[unclear   ] and[ because  ] they can (give students motivation)[verbose – use two words to replace   ] to( learn a subject or a scientific field)[unparalleled/subject and field   ]. That is to say, if a student (who does not like )[ grammatical error  ]history, he will probably (do bad )[grammatical error/unclear   ]in that [ the  ]class. (Even worse, if he cannot pass the history exam, he cannot graduate even if he is very gifted in his major)[ unclear/grammatical errors (check how to use subjunctive voice)  ]. What a ridiculous thing it is! Hence, making history an obligatory course is a terrible decision.

Secondly, (all of the students are very busy)[  absolute statement ] because they want to have good grades and seek good jobs in the future. So, they have no time to take [ article error  ]history class, which have [ grammatical error  ]nothing to do with their major. In my first year of college, I have to learn two history classes at the same time! It takes me a huge amount of time! If I don’t take [  grammatical error ]them[  unclear pronoun ], (I will have more free time to do what I really like, such as exploring robots’ construction and reading some essays about control systems.)[ unclear/confusing in tense  ] With the spare time (left by history courses)[ unclear  ], I can go further in my major field.

It[  unclear pronoun ] is believed [passive voice   ]that history is good for us because it can help us make some decisions more wisely. But regarding history as a required class is unsuitable and unfair for students. Alternatively, I tend to regard history [ History  ]as an optional course. The right of choosing freely is significant for universities’ [ word form error  ]students. All of the students will be equally treated through[ unclear preposition  ] that method.

From the reasons listed above, [ I reckon that  ]students should not be required to take history courses no matter what their major is.