Question :Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? 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.

If people do not know their past, they will repeat it, This phrase is important because it can do that everyone constructs a better future with error knowledge. A signature with a sense of past is important, due to getting an idea of the reality of their career. It provides help to the students such as Perspective of the career, Accidents due to bad management,and big problems solutions. Firstly, It is necessary for Universities to create content about the past. Schools have to give a sign that permits them to understand why the reason is the creation of the bachelor. Because it makes sense importance to study something with social issues. Although it is difficult. For example,I took the Metallurgical and society and learned about the history of my engineering and how it evolved into metallurgical engineering. Secondly, errors can make the worse thing in the world. If the students do not know about the issues of the past, they will do. In this case,When I had this signature, they talked of the Cobalt error in Mexico. Due to bad management of the national regulation, a doctor bought an X-ray machine and it was not a good business for him, so then he sold the machine. However, it has nuclear power and the people destroy it, but this nuclear supply finished in a river, then a lot of food ended up with radiation due to cobalt. In another hand, the problems are a lot, moreover,solutions are created by this issues. This history class gives enough information to create a contingency plan or new norms to control dangerous materials. For example thanks to the creation of the ASTM (American Society of Testing Materials). Security increased and now people are secure in all their environments. In conclusion. A history class can make better professionals that create solutions and be human.
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