A Bachelor of Arts in history prepares students for a multitude of diverse careers. A history degree equips you to work in positions that require strong research and communications skills, such as an advertising executive, archivist, broadcaster, campaign worker, consultant, congressional aide, foreign service officer, information specialist, journalist, legal assistant, lobbyist, public relations staffer, researcher, teacher, and many more roles.
More specifically, a B.A. in history prepares you to be an educator, researcher, communicator, or even a businessperson. If you’re interested in becoming a social studies teacher, learn more about completing your teaching license. Students are also able to graduate with honors in history. History students often explore courses in gender studies and Middle Eastern studies.
Our history faculty are specialists in their fields and are committed teachers. Our students have the opportunity to complete internships as part of their degree program. These internships give students real-world experience that prepares them for their future careers.
This degree is also offered fully online.