The major in History teaches the student to comprehend and critically evaluate the present through a biblically-informed understanding of the past. The student will examine the story of humanity, develop reading, writing, and research skills, and learn how to study history from a Christian perspective. The graduate will be equipped for a wide range of ministries and vocations, and be well prepared for graduate work in seminary, graduate school, or law school.

  • On-Campus

At a Glance

  • 49

    Core Hours

  • 6

    Language Hours

  • 24

    Christian Studies Minor Hours

  • 30

    History Major Hours

  • 18

    Elective Hours

  • 127

    Total Hours

Program Courses


Below is a sample of the required courses. To see a complete list, view the academic catalog.

  • HIS 3510 – American History I Pre 1877
  • HIS 3520 – American History II Post 1877
  • POL 3500 – American Government
  • HIS 4599 – Senior Colloquium in History

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