Bachelor of Arts in History
The Bachelor of Arts in History degree creates an important framework for understanding the present and influencing the future. Students begin with foundational courses in American and world history and take advanced courses in three major fields in historical studies: U.S. history, European history and world history. Research and writing are emphasized in the program, as well as hands-on experiences through internships and study abroad. All history majors study a foreign language through the intermediate level.
The degree program can include either the minor in Biblical Studies or a dual major in Biblical Studies. Dual majors with biblical studies combine close analysis of historical context with Christian texts.
- Develop an appreciation for history and the craft of the historian.
- Describe the important institutional and cultural developments in world history.
- Demonstrate an understanding of a comprehensive Christian worldview.
The history comprehensive curriculum is designed to help you develop foundational knowledge in historical studies. Listed below are some of the courses offered to students:
- The Twentieth Century World
- U.S. History courses
- European History courses
- World History courses
- History Internship or Study Abroad
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Point’s degree in history will equip you with the knowledge and tools to launch successful careers across a wide range of industries such as:
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Your faith will be strengthened with courses taught from a biblical worldview—from business to biblical studies, math to ministry.
Point provides mentoring programs with faculty, alumni and local business professionals tailored to your personal and professional goals.
SMALL CLASS SIZE
Our 18-to-1 student to professor ratio provides a small class size where you’re not just a student – you’re family.