The Bachelor of Science in History degree from King University instills its graduates with the writing, speaking, analytical, and communicative skills needed to thrive in the field of history. This degree in History is beneficial for those who enjoy reading and exploring a broad range of historical eras and topics, figuring out causes and encountering new things and ideas along the way. The curriculum provides a varied foundation in history, preparing students to advance in their academic careers or to earn education licensure for grades 6-12.
You will learn about the beginning of civilization, about people from various periods and places, and how the Christian faith intersected with history while learning to appreciate the role of individuals who shaped our world. Topics covered include:
- Africa and Colonialism
- The Middle Ages
- The Atlantic World
- History of Science
- Europe during the World Wars
- Completion of at least 45 semester hours*
- Minimum 2.2 college GPA
- Official transcripts
*Students who do not have 45 or more semester hours can enroll in the pathway program.
School Accreditation Statement
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges