The Bachelor’s in History offered by the Social Science department provides students with the skills necessary to find and pursue career opportunities or post-graduate studies. The degree also incorporates a strong dose of political science along with the belief that human behavior, culture, and society—the total human experience—can and should be studied using the methods of science.
Classes offered include the History of World Cultures, United States History to and from 1877, European History Classes, Non-Western History Classes, and Political Science classes.
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