You get the best idea of where the world is going by knowing where it's been. Explore the diverse stories and identities that have made a lasting impact on Canadian society and the world at large. Learn the importance of perspective, context and research, and see how history plays a role in pop culture and everyday life. Think critically about what shapes history and is shaped by it: politics, culture, society, religion.
So here's the deal:
Take five courses per semester for four years, and you'll complete your History degree
[courses are worth 3 credits and 3 x 5 x 2 x 4 = 120 credits].
Earn your Bachelor of Arts in History with  credits:
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History Core Courses
- World History to 1500
- World History since 1500
- History in Practice
- Public History: Monuments, Museums and Memoirs
- Applied Research in History
- History Practicum or Independent Research in History
Four Courses at the 200 level or higher
ex. History at the Movies
Two courses at the 300 level or higher
ex. Christianity in Canada
Two courses at the 400 level or higher
ex. Nazi Germany
 CREDITS FROM -
ARTS & SCIENCE REQUIRED COURSES
- Introduction to the Bible
- The Christian Faith
- One senior Christian Studies course
- Introduction to Literature and Language
- One Fine Arts course
- Introduction to Philosophy
- Introduction to Psychology
- Introduction to Sociology
- Two Science courses
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Arts & Science Electives
Select courses on an individuial basis, or choose a minor to complement your core program of study -- from Psychology to Biblical Languages, there are lots of options.
 Credits from -
Take courses from any department at Ambrose.
A three-year [90 credit] version of this degree is also available.