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Why study
HISTORY
at Morningside?

Small classes and attentive faculty. Excellent preparation for graduate school and careers in law, government, business, and education. Opportunities to study abroad, conduct independent research, and get real work experience. A chance to participate in local and national political campaigns. An excellent reputation among graduate schools, law schools, and local government agencies.

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Students with history or political science majors can pursue careers in law, government, non-governmental organizations, business, and education, or choose to attend graduate or professional schools in a variety of disciplines. The study of history may be the most generally applicable of all disciplines to all career fields, refining several key skills such as reading critically and gathering information. Students majoring in histoy can elect to seek concentrations in American, European, Asian-World, American-World, or General History. The political science major has an international curriculum and offers courses in American politics, comparative politics, international relations, and political theory.

Majors include: American History (B.A.), History (B.A.), American History/American Government Teaching (B.A.), American History/World History Teaching (B.A.), and Political Science (B.A.). Minors in Political Science, Citizenship, United States Politics, and World Politics are also offered.

 

 

 

 

 

Why study
POLITICAL SCIENCE
at Morningside?

Preparation for a rapidly changing world. Excellent foundation for careers in law, government, business, and education, as well as graduate or law school. Opportunity to participate in major local and national political activity. A curriculum that emphasizes international as well as American politics. A wide variety of courses that explore diverse cultures, issues, and political systems.

The Morningside College experience cultivates a passion for life-long learning and a dedication to ethical leadership and civic responsibility.