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The Associate degree in History cultivates a critical understanding of the human past and develops skills of historical research, analysis, and communication that enable students to engage the world in thoughtful, positive, and creative ways. Courses in the program introduce skills for research, analysis, and communication that prepare students for further study toward a bachelor’s degree.
This degree does not include any concentrations.
Courses may include:
• American History
• History of Christianity
• The Historian’s Craft: Introduction to Historiography
• Race and Religion in American History
For more details on this program, check out our academic catalog.
Graduates may pursue a variety of career paths in communications, education, and research. Graduates may also choose to pursue further studies including a bachelor’s degree in History.