History is more relevant than you may think—let us show you why.
For students interested in earning a bachelor of arts degree in history, this associate of arts degree provides two years of university transferable courses that fulfill most or all of the requirements to enter the third year of a major or honours program in History.
Past, Present to Future
To understand the present and move forward into the future, you have to know where you’ve come from. Get a handle on where the world is headed by learning how the past is still shaping our current realities. Apply your knowledge to your future career through being able to identify and address historical problems in any given situation. History is more relevant than you may think—let us show you why.
Administration and management
Business and commerce
Contract / consulting historian
Education and Research
Information management specialist
Media and communications
Museum and historic site researcher
Non-profit and charity organizations
Publishing and journalism
Take this program for the simple love of history—or to get started on years one and two of your bachelor’s degree in history. You’ll get two years of university level, fully transferable courses that fulfill most, if not all, of the requirements for third-year entry into a history major or honours program.
Your associate degree in history gives you a broad knowledge of various historical topics, in addition to a variety of humanities, social sciences and science courses at the 100- and 200-levels. Check with one of our counselors for full program requirements.
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