The Bachelor’s in History degree program prepares students for professions in education, law and public history. Students will learn about the past through extensive study, reading, and analysis. They will gain the ability to frame historical problems, analyze and interpret historical evidence and write compelling historical arguments.
A Bachelor’s in History provides a solid foundation for professions in education, law and public. It also servers as an excellent gateway for farther graduation-level course work in the humanities or social science.
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Clark Egnor, Ed.D.
Coordinator of International Programs
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