History encompasses the entirety of the human experience, ranging from family intimacies to workplace dynamics, from the building of communities to the formation of nation states, from global climate change to intercontinental pandemics, from acts of faith to scientific discovery. This field of study contributes to the pursuit of knowledge in almost every field of scholarship and provides an important nexus for interdisciplinary research across the arts, humanities and sciences.
4 years | Full time
Not defined yet
March, August, October
Combine a fascination with the past, a love of reading and an appreciation for the complexities of the human experience with this widely applicable degree. History is a field of study that touches every corner of the globe and stretches back in time thousand of years. Students are encouraged to embrace their curiosity to pursue an individualized course of learning in this Bachelor of Arts program. Classwork balances the examination of the documented past with an evaluation of competing historic interpretations. Students enjoy opportunities to specialize their degree with internships at museums and historical institutions, as well as study abroad programs. Upon graduation, students pursue a diverse variety of professions, armed with skills such as critical thinking, writing, public speaking and problem-solving.