Bachelor of Arts in History
The Bachelor of Arts in History program focuses on the general study and interpretation of the past, including the process of gathering, recording, synthesizing and criticizing evidence and theories about the history of humankind in particular civilizations, cultures and societies. Students with a background in history may pursue graduate studies or a variety of careers in education, government, foreign service, law, research, communications, editing, archival or library sciences. The Vertical Curriculum can be found on page 318 of the 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog.
Note: The School of Education offers a degree program in Social Science Education K-12, which certifies graduates to teach history and other social sciences at the secondary school level.