Associate of Arts (A.A.) in History
On-Campus History Degree Overview
Regent University undergraduate students earning their Associate of Arts in History degree at our Virginia university campus will develop the skills and habits of mind to accurately read, interpret and analyze the primary sources on which historical study is based and express themselves clearly and accurately in writing and speaking about history. Through their immersion in a Christian college experience, students will gain the skills necessary for the accurate and timely searching and retrieval of relevant historical sources, both scholarly and primary, from the extensive resources of the Regent University Library. Students studying for this associate's degree will understand that historical study is not just the history of past politics and government, but that historical study is also concerned with the study of social life, economic activity, intellectual and artistic pursuits, gender, geography and religion. Students will develop and employ the intellectual and theological knowledge and skills necessary for interpreting all of history in light of a Christian perspective.
This associate's history degree is also available through our online learning Associate of Arts in History degree program.