Bachelor of Arts in History
History uses the past to understand the present and the future. Our history program encourages literate, critical thinking by students who work with faculty engaged in diverse, broadly based scholarship.
As a student majoring in history, you'll learn the basic components of traditional and contemporary theories, philosophies and ideologies as well as the functions and roles of major governmental, quasi-governmental and non-governmental institutions in different political systems and societies across time and space.
You will also be able to research and evaluate data, historical evidence and primary sources and compare, contrast and analyze the following:
- Different historical and political chronologies
- Different types of primary source materials
- Historical events as they apply to current events
- Different types of political, racial, ethnic, cultural, religious, philosophical and social systems, power structures and leadership styles across time and space
Learn more about our challenging curriculum.