Department of History
College of Arts and Sciences
Liberal Arts Building 209 ~ 260-481-6686
Richard Weiner, Chair and Professor
Ann Livschiz, Lead Advisor
Erik Ohlander, Director of Religious Studies
Teri Luce, Secretary
The courses and programs offered through the Department of History can help you gain a better understanding of yourself and your world as you prepare for a career in teaching, library work, law, public service, or a related profession. The department offers a Bachelor of Arts in History as well as a minor.
As an entering student, you could be eligible for the History Honors Program. Details for this departmental honors program is included in the section describing the major or we invite you to check with a department advisor.
The department also serves as administrative home for the Religious Studies Program which offers the Minor in Religious Studies.
For details on all of these programs, see Program Descriptions in this catalog.
For details on pursuing a secondary education second degree (BSEd) to teach History in middle school/high school, click on the links to the Secondary Education - Second Degree Program and the School of Education page in this catalog. Note: The BSEd as a second degree in these programs cannot be earned without completion of the bachelor’s degree in the content area from the College of Arts and Sciences.