The Bachelor of Arts Degree in History is designed to assist students in achieving their primary “professional and personal goals,” including graduating with competitive skills and knowledge to obtain meaningful employment and facilitate reasonable career advancement in primary or higher education, or public or private business. In addition to enhancing students’ employment opportunities, this degree will provide excellent preparation for graduate school and a career in higher education
**Recommended Note:HIST 3243 satisfies the computer proficiency requirement for this degree.
Six (6) courses (18 credit hours of upper-level American history, as well as nine (9) credit hours (lower or upper-level) of non-General Education HIST prefix courses.
It is highly recommended that students take at least six (6) credit hours (2 courses) covering the period before the Civil Was and at least six (6) credit hours (2 coursed) covering the period after the Civil War.