History

History

Bachelor of Arts

NNU’s Bachelor of Arts degree in History is a multidisciplinary degree with a strong foundation in historical and political fundamentals.

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  • Marilyn Moore
  • (208) 467-8873
  • hps@nnu.edu
  • Work closely with faculty mentors.
  • Become an enlightened and engaged citizen who displays a Christlike passion to promote justice, seek peace, and pursue tolerance in your community.
  • Achieve a history degree or political science degree and explore a variety of possible careers.

History

NNU’s Bachelor of Arts degree in History is a multidisciplinary degree with a strong foundation in historical and political fundamentals. Historical studies develop and sharpen the mind by training students to critically think, to evaluate, to communicate and ultimately to judge—all valuable skills for most professional careers. They also help students to become informed, active participants in the political process. Upon graduation, students are prepared for occupations in history—politics, law, journalism, education, etc.—or for further study.

Learning Objectives

  • To help students acquire academic and intellectual expertise in their respective disciplines and majors; (Academic Excellence)
  • To assist students in the development and application of their skills of critical analysis and research, creativity, and communication consistent with a Christian liberal arts education; (Academic Excellence and Creative Engagement)
  • To develop scholar-servants who are enlightened and engaged citizens, and who display a Christlike passion to promote justice, seek peace, and pursue tolerance in their communities; (Creative Engagement, Social Responsiveness, and Christlike Character)
  • To promote learning as a life-long skill and interest that will enable students to apply their talents professionally and to experience a deeply-rooted sense of challenge and fulfillment in their lives. (Creative Engagement and Social Responsiveness)
Degree Details

Bachelor of Arts

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Career Avg. Salary
Community and Social Service Occupations $41,840
Education, Training, and Library Occupations $36,690
Legal Occupations $70,950
Management Analysts $83,160
Social and Community Service Managers $44,180
Metropolitan and nonmetropolitan area occupational employment and wage estimates for the Boise area are sourced from U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.