The history major prepares students for graduate work or for careers in a variety of fields including government, law, business, education, public history, and the Gospel ministry. Traditionally a key component of the classical liberal arts education, history and the skills demanded by the historical process provide a necessary foundation for learning. Course work encourages students to evaluate the historical narrative based on biblical principles, resulting in an integrative understanding.
Submissions from 2018
Submissions from 2016
Submissions from 2015
A Study of Civil War Leadership: Gettysburg as a Turning Point, Joseph Griffith
New START from Old Beginnings?, Michaela Ruhlmann
President Kennedy and the Escalation of the Vietnam War, Kenneth L. Sterner
webster ('web-stər) n. one who weaves or unites, Taylor P. Wilcox