Bachelor of Arts in History
The Bachelor of Arts degree in History provides students a well-rounded curriculum of history classes in American, European, and world history. After taking two classes in both world history and American history, students are encouraged to choose upper-division classes that pique their interest and lead to a deeper understanding of the past.
For more information about the requirements for the BA in History, please view the course catalog.
Bachelor of Arts in History—European Studies
The Bachelor of Arts degree in History—European Studies gives students a more detailed look at European history by requiring an added upper-division European history class and at least a minor in a modern European language. The minor must be complete through study abroad in Europe in an approved Adventist Colleges Abroad program.
For more information about the requirements for the BA in History—European Studies, please view the course catalog.
Bachelor of Arts in History—Teaching Certification
The Bachelor of Arts degree in History with Teaching Certification prepares students to enter the classroom as middle or secondary school history teachers. Students will complete the requirements of a history major while also fulfilling the requirements for teaching certification through the School of Education and Psychology.
For more information about the requirements for the BA in History—Teaching Certification, please view the major checklist.