Bachelor’s Degree in History
Residential History Program (B.A./B.S.)
Learn to think critically and contextually with a B.A. or B.S. degree in History from Liberty University. Get the solid training you need in general, world, European, and U.S. history that can open up future career opportunities in government, law, business, intelligence, and many other fields.
Through the Bachelor of Arts in History, you’ll have the opportunity to study an ancient language like Hebrew or Greek or a modern language like Spanish or French. This will help prepare you for graduate studies as many upper-level degrees require reading proficiency in foreign languages.
And with the Bachelor of Science in History, you’ll have more electives, giving you the opportunity to focus in on what interests you most.
History students are placed in internships and externships throughout the country. And many have worked in history related positions locally as well as in government or lobbying groups in Washington, D.C.
These degrees are offered through the Department of History.
Programs of Study (DCP)
View Liberty’s undergraduate admissions requirements
Courses You Could Take
- History of Western Civilization I (HIEU 201)
- Historical Methodology (HIST 300)
- Survey of American History I (HIUS 221)
Career Opportunities with a bachelor’s degree in History
- Architectural Historian
- Archival Management
- Data Processor for Investment Firms