History

Overview

Become an active historian and scholar as you explore the historical events that have shaped our world. Through our Bachelor of Arts in History Program, you will be challenged to think critically, analyze deeply, and communicate thoroughly. These challenges will prepare you for a wide variety of careers, whether you dream of teaching in a classroom and making changes in a courtroom. 

While you can certainly earn this degree at any state or public institution, by selecting BPC, you are selecting a program that is rooted firmly in a biblical worldview. Our professors recognize their role in the classroom as a sacred charge. They dedicate themselves to helping you find your full potential as you seek God’s purpose for your life. Whether you’re studying the broad strokes of world civilization or preparing your senior research paper, our experienced professors will guide you through each step. 

By the time you earn your Bachelor of Arts in History, you will be able to:

  1. Critically analyze ways in which past civilizations rose and fell and the impact thereof on the people of those societies. 
  2. Critically analyze ways in which past events have shaped modern politics and culture. 
  3. Write and speak in a scholarly and professional manner. 
  4. Students will be able to construct research papers/articles using various historical methodologies and research styles.

Popular Classes

HIS 352 | Russian History Since 1800
HIS 322 | Twentieth Century Europe
HIS 375 | The Native Americans

Potential Career Opportunities

Students who graduate from Brewton-Parker College with a degree in History have many options available to them after graduation, such as

High School History Teacher
Middle School History Teacher
Museum Curator
Government Analyst

Lawyer
Librarian
Research Analyst
Archivist

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