A bachelor of arts in history is 42 credit hours and provides the knowledge and skills that successful students need to prepare them for teaching at the high school level, attending graduate school especially in history or law, or pursuing a career in public history such as working in archives, museums, or historical sites. Their skills and knowledge also make them educated individuals ready to work at any career requiring literate persons.
Students will experience a solid foundation in geography and American, European, and non-Western history as well as the opportunity to focus on regions, time periods, or topics that are of particular interest. Specifically, topics of study include Reformation to Revolution, Waterloo to World War II, and more.
WHAT CAN I DO WITH A HISTORY DEGREE FROM LINDENWOOD UNIVERSITY?
Just a few of the many careers that you can pursue with a historical studies degree include becoming a teacher in secondary school, archaeologist, broadcast journalist, paralegal, park ranger,librarian, historic preservation.