A major in history education sharpens your skills in research, critical thinking, writing and teaching methods. This readies you to teach history and related classes in a middle school or high school classroom.
Plan Your Degree Program
A selection of required liberal arts and major classes prepare you to thrive as a character-driven teacher and education professional. Download a semester-by-semester class planning guide for an example of how you can finish an education degree in four years.
We are committed to preparing you to influence culture as a highly qualified history teacher. For example, Cornerstone University graduates have taught and worked in public, Christian and international schools.
- Grand Rapids Public Schools
- Ludington Area Schools
- Michigan Great Lakes Virtual Academy
- Nogales Unified School District
- Yuma School District One
Begin Your Career as a History Teacher
Through purpose-guided academic and career planning support, we're here to guide you throughout your entire college journey. To learn more about our history education major, contact the Admissions Office by calling 800.787.9778.