With a major in History, what classes will I take?
Historiography I | HIS-451
Examine philosophy of history, select historians and schools of interpretation, a Christian worldview of history, and pertinent professional issues, focusing on the development of professional research methods, skills and practices.
History and Religions of the Ancient Near East | HIS-432
Study the geo-political framework of the Near East from 3,500-323 B.C., including Semitic peoples such as the Babylonians, Assyrians, Arameans and Hebrews as well as the Semite's neighbors, such as the Egyptians, Hittites and Persians.
What scholarship opportunities are available for students interested in pursuing a major in History?
Visit www.HistoryDegree.com/Scholarships for a free, comprehensive database of scholarships for anyone interested in pursuing a degree in history. The directory filters scholarships by a variety of characteristics, ensuring students find ones for which they are eligible. Cornerstone University also offers several institutional scholarships. Visit the Scholarship page for more information.
What publications have Cornerstone Faculty members contributed to the field of History?