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 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