Military History degrees - results 61-70 of 115

  1. History

    Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania - Slippery Rock, PA

    • BA

    others from the following: American History HIST 233 - African American History to 1876 Credits: 3 HIST 234 - African American History Since 1876 Credits: 3 HIST 304 - American Military History Credits: 3 HIST 330 - Warfare in the Twentieth Century Credits: 3 HIST 335 - Outstanding Americans Credits: 3 HIST 337 - Indians of the United States

  2. History

    Portland Community College - Portland, OR

    • AA

    History is collecting and analyzing the record of what past life was like, why events occurred, and how those events led to later and present

  3. History

    South Georgia College - Douglas, GA

    • AA

    education (in numerous disciplines including history at the elementary, secondary, and college levels), foreign service, government service, historic preservation, international business, journalism, law, library science, military science, armed services, and public administration. Academic advisement for this program is provided by the Division of Business/Social Sciences

  4. Concentration in Government

    Texarkana College - Texarkana, TX

    • Certificate

    related field. A background in history could lead to many advanced fields of study: Political Science Business Law Skills in government can be useful in many other careers as well, such as the military and local, state or federal government positions. The Government program consists of 62 hours of coursework and commonly takes four semesters to complete. Government

  5. Spanish with a Preliminary Single Subject Teaching Credential

    National University - La Jolla, CA

    • Bachelor's

    essential knowledge and understanding of history, culture, geography, and politics of the region. The program prepares students for a variety of career paths in government, military, business, and education. Each student has the option of choosing to complete seven courses of upper-division electives or pursuing a Preliminary Single Subject

  6. Broad Field Social Studies

    Bethany Lutheran College - Mankato, MN

    • BA

    students will not only study history but will also examine aspects of anthropology, sociology, psychology, and geography. Graduates in this major will be well prepared for graduate school and work

  7. Social Sciences

    Hope International University - Fullerton, CA

    • BA

    sociology, political science, psychology, economics, history, and anthropology. As a Social Science major, you will learn to critically evaluate human history, institutions, and politics. Each student works closely with an advisor to develop an individualized study plan based on his or her interests. Students receive

  8. Adult Education

    Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis - Indianapolis, IN

    • MS

    for-profit organizations, and the military. Indiana University's Adult Education Program has a renowned history. It was established in 1946 and enjoys an outstanding reputation as one of the nation's oldest adult education programs. With the transition in 1998

  9. International Studies

    Covenant College - Lookout Mountain, GA

    • BA

    core disciplines of political studies, history and economics, together with intensive training in foreign languages and research methods. Students will emerge from the program with a grasp of the major

  10. Naval Science (NROTC)

    College of the Holy Cross - Worcester, MA


    warfare and include leadership, ethics, history, and core professional skills. The department was founded concurrently with the establishment of the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) Program at Holy Cross