Understand faith and the human experience throughout time

Learn to interpret historical information and milestones and develop new outlooks on culture, both hopeful and tragic that are a part of our rich history. You will develop a strong ability to facilitate discussion and think critically about a wide range of topics. Study our political, artistic, social, economic and scientific advancements to understand human progress. Learn about religion, values and beliefs and how they have changed through the centuries.

Credits 126

All courses offered face-to-face on Ann Arbor's campus.

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The average undergraduate student award is $16,603.

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Program Overview

Through our program, you will have the opportunity to study abroad in order to gain a global perspective while interacting with other cultures. You will understand civilization, wisdom through the ages and inspiring figures throughout history. You will be a part of a supportive Christian community who is passionate about history. 

What to Expect

Studying history involves more than reading books.  Your learning will revolve around a process that is applicable in many other fields. You’ll start by locating, evaluating, and organizing historical information. Once you have digested the content and various views, you can begin to develop the historical information into written or oral form. Through this repeated procedure, you develop your ability to summarize, analyze, organize, and synthesize texts from a variety of sources. Wherever your career takes you, you’ll be able to use this process to research, understand and analyze information to make important decisions and gain new insights.

Concentrations / Specializations
  • U.S. History
  • European History
  • Non-Western/Global History
  • Ann Arbor

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