LHU Main and Clearfield Campuses -- 2 Hour Delay for 1/26/15

LHU Main and Clearfield Campus will be under a two-hour delay for Monday, January 26.  Please use the compressed schedule
For Main Campus
 http://www.lhup.edu/About/Class%20Meeting%20Schedules.pdf 
For Clearfield Campus: http://www.lhup.edu/Clearfield/Spring%202015%20Compressed%20%20Schedules.pdf

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B.A. History

History is a bridge between the past and present. It’s a link that connects social sciences with humanities. Hence, studying history is essential for understanding the world today. The history program at LHU uses the research tools of social sciences and integrates a multitude of disciplinary approaches such as sociology, geography, anthropology, political science, economics, philosophy, humanities, etc. In addition, students acquire essential historical skills that include critical reading, thinking, and writing.   The Public History track includes a special emphasis on architectural and oral history.

Graduates in history are prepared for post-graduate study, and for careers in education, journalism, business, law, government, etc. Students who choose the public history track prepare themselves for potential careers in museums, archives, libraries, and historical societies and agencies. Public history internships are available at places such as the National Civil War Museum and the archives of the Pennsylvania State Legislature.

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