History Bachelor's Degrees
A bachelor’s degree in history covers a slice of the complex issues that have shaped the world we live in. Programs in this area of study usually focus on world cultures and conflicts, which can be helpful for students looking to enter the fields of education, law or government. Ashford University's online options for a degree in history are perfect for students who are looking to gain a better understanding of our past to better predict the future. University of Maryland University College also offers a Bachelor of Arts in history degree program that allows the student to develop critical historical research and analysis skills for the workplace.
If you are interested in learning about different time periods in global development and how that information can be used to improve multi-cultural relations both in the present and future, a bachelor’s degree in history might be right for you. Research the education requirements for specific history field careers at our history career center page.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, an individual who has earned a bachelor's degree earns on average over 34% more than an individual who has earned an associate degree and over 40% more than an individual with some college or an unfinished degree.