Study The Past to Lead the Future

Get Your Degree in as Little as 3 YearsLocated in Greensburg, Pennsylvania - a 200-year-old city named to honor American Revolutionary War general Nathanael Greene - Seton Hill’s campus and surroundings provide a rich environment for historical discovery. As a Seton Hill history major, you’ll develop an understanding of global, American and European history while fostering skills that consistently lead to personal and professional success, such as:

  • Clear communication. 
  • Awareness of the multiple points of view that pertain to any issue or problem. 
  • The ability to develop persuasive arguments using appropriate evidence and reasoning. 

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Why Earn a History Degree at Seton Hill University?

Expert Faculty

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In Seton Hill’s History Program, you will enjoy courses taught by faculty who love the study of history, and have traveled, lived, published, taught and presented their work around the globe. 

Practical Internship Experience

At Seton Hill University, we’ll help you find an internship that will provide you with hands-on experience in the field.

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At Seton Hill you can learn around the globe. The History Program regularly leads study trips to China, and other recent study abroad trips have taken students to Spain, Italy, Ireland, England and France.

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Students in the History Program are often involved with this national center, housed here at Seton Hill University.

Easily Add Study in Another Major to Broaden Your Career Options

Seton Hill’s bachelor of arts in history is designed to complement a second major or minor in a field of study such as:99% of Incoming Freshmen Receive Aid

As history is a major that will prepare you well for law school, you also have the option of earning a degree in Prelaw - History at Seton Hill.

A Concentration in the History of Medicine

Health and medicine are an integral part of every society and civilization. Concepts of the body, how it works, disease and treatments are equally important today as in the past. Cultures have shaped medical care and advances in medicine, and these developments, as well as evolving disease processes, have likewise changed the course of history. At Seton Hill, you can take courses in this fascinating subject by faculty who are topic experts. Courses are open to all students and include:

  • American Medicine & Culture 
  • History of Western Medicine I & II
  • Nonwestern Medical Traditions

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Prepare for Certification as a Social Studies Teacher

At Seton Hill, you can earn your History degree while also preparing to become a certified Social Studies teacher.

Careers with a History B.A.

A degree in history from Seton Hill University prepares you for graduate-level study and careers in public history, including:

  • Education

    Most Undergrads Move On to Careers or Grad School

  • Law
  • Museums
  • Historical Societies & Sites
  • Tourism
  • Politics & Public Service
  • Communication
  • Archives
  • Editing & Publishing
  • Historic Preservation
  • Libraries

Seton Hill University’s Career and Professional Development Center can provide you with the career preparation skills, internship opportunities and placement services you need - as a student, and after you graduate.

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