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 History Teaching 



History Teaching



What is and what is history for?
For some, history is nothing but a list of dates and names, something that has already passed, died and, therefore, says little or nothing to our present. However, in the words of French historian Marc Bloch: “History is the science of men over time”. That is, the history object is the action of men and women over time, so historical science produces knowledge about the trajectory of human beings in time, serving so that we may know our past but also think our present.


Labor market

 A critical and theoretically grounded education viewed is essential to forming a committed professional who is able to integrate the market in a qualified way. In addition to teaching at basic education (primary and secondary school), such professionals may act in non-educational spaces such as museums, archives, non-governmental organizations, consulting firms, etc. The historian is a key element to our society. According to the English historian Peter Burke, it is assigned to historians to “remember what society wants to forget”.


Admission Options

Sisu - Students who are interested in applying for a place at UFTM must necessarily sign up and take the tests related to the National Examination of High School Education – Enem. 

Transfer students - Intended for UFTM students who are attending related majors, as well as for students from other national or foreign higher education institutions who wish to transfer to the same major or to related majors.

Diploma holders – Intended for candidates who have already completed a higher education major and who are willing to attend a new undergraduate major at UFTM.

Readmission – Intended for students who are not enrolled anymore in any undergraduate major at UFTM but wish to return to their studies. 








Academic Title awarded

History Teacher  

Type of Education

Class meetings


Every semester

Nº of admissions per year



Four years (eight semesters)

Year of Recognition

2008 / 2009

Class time

Night time

Campus city


Admission requirement

Complete High School




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