Students graduating with a B.A. in history are well poised for careers in law enforcement, teaching in public secondary schools and private Christian schools of all grade levels, the military, journalism, local historical societies, regional historical associations, museums, archives, historical preservation and restoration, business, human resources and public relations.
Many students continue their studies at competitive professional and graduate programs. Recent graduates have been admitted to programs at the University of Chicago, Notre Dame, Baylor, Kentucky, Tennessee, Florida, Kansas, Edinburgh, UCLA, Penn State, Yale, Kent State, George Washington, Duquesne, George Mason, Catholic, South Carolina, Rutgers, Queens University in Belfast, Cooperstown Graduate Program, University of Virginia Law School, University of George Law School, NYU Law School, Indiana University Law School and Westminster Theological Seminary.
Graduates with a degree in Secondary Education Social Studies are equipped with the pedagogical, intellectual and professional tools they need to plan, assess and adapt history or social studies instruction to middle and high school students with different learning styles and capabilities in various ethnic settings and socio-economic groups.