BA in History
Learn about the modern world since 1500 and how to make historical arguments as an undergraduate. The history program at Webster University gives students valuable cross-exposure to relevant work in complementary fields.
As a Webster student, you'll gain in-depth knowledge of one geographic area or historical epoch while studying specific historical topics. Your area of research could lead to a career as a historian, librarian, writer, archivist or politician.
Points of Distinction
- Because the history program is housed in a combined department, history students get exposure to relevant work in political science, international relations, and human rights.
- Webster's campuses in England, Austria, Switzerland, and The Netherlands provide excellent offerings in history and international relations with recognized scholars in their fields.
- With a class size of 25 students, students receive personalized attention from faculty.
- Classes eschew studying eras for in-depth explorations of specific topics with expert faculty at the helm.