After Graduation

After Graduation

Students graduating with a B.A. in history are well poised for careers in government service, politics, the military, publishing, journalism, communications, human resources, public relations, archives and museums, historical preservation and restoration, archaeology and more.

Many students continue their studies at competitive professional and graduate programs. Recent graduates have been admitted to programs at the University of Virginia, Florida, Kansas, Notre Dame, Baylor University and others.

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.

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Undergraduate Research Opportunities

​Students can further develop their knowledge of history through a variety of undergraduate research opportunities.

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Internships

​Grove City College history students intern at wide variety of museums, historical sites, businesses and not-for-profit organizations.

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B.A. in History

​Students will be able to research, write and defend a variety of historical theories and movements and will be prepared for graduate work and employment in a wide array of disciplines and industries.

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Related Resources

History students at Grove City College are also encouraged to take advantage of a variety of extracurricular resources such as honorary societies, special trips and study abroad opportunities as a way to deepen their course study.

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Minor in Interdisciplinary Classics

​Requirements include 21 credit hours of English, Greek, history, philosophy, political science and Latin.

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After Graduation

Students graduating with a B.A. in history are well poised for careers in government service, politics, the military, publishing, journalism, communications, human resources, public relations, archives and museums, historical preservation and restoration, archaeology and more.

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