Bachelor of Arts in History / Public History
Grand Canyon University

Program Details

GCU's contemporary history programs captivate a learner with the interests that scholars have today. From a historical context, learners reflect about society and themselves. The emphasis in public history opens the door for a career as a historian. It appeals to learners who have a passion for history and a desire to work directly in an applied setting. Learners have the opportunity to transform their passion for history and make an impact in their community. The engaging curriculum extends the skills of a historian into the contemporary marketplace. Through a disciplined study of the past, learners are given an orientation of the complexity and diversity in the world, to meet the competitive demands of a global economy.

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Requirements

  • A high school diploma or GED
  • Transcripts

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Higher Learning Commission

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