A Degree in History from York College leads to
- Research and writing
- History Education
- Government Service, including National Park Employment
- Historian for Private Sector
- Living History Interpretation
Graduate or professional studies, including:
- Library Science
- International Relations
- Archives management
- Museum studies
The Department of History also cooperates with the Department of Education to offer the Bachelor of Arts in Secondary History Education (7-12).
- Introduce students to a wide range of cultural achievement.
- Expose students to the currents and cross-currents of man's social, religious, and intellectual experience.
- Enable students to appreciate the breadth of their cultural heritage.
- Help students see the interrelationships in all major areas of thought.
- Develop a continuing awareness of the richness and variety of human experience.
If you have questions about the History Department, or would like to schedule a tour of the program, please contact Mr. Tim McNeese, Chair of the Department of History.