History, Government and Social Studies EducationBachelor of Arts

Core Education

An education in teaching history can prepare students well for different types of museum or interpretive field work, as well as give them the basics necessary to build a career in other aspects of teaching, including coaching, working with special needs students, administration, and more. Since the teaching of history and other social science subjects is a core component of all secondary education programs, the need for such teachers is constant.

History, Government and Social Studies Education

Start your future in History, Government and Social Studies Education.

Program Highlights

Earn Your Degree in History, Government and Social Studies Education.

The History, Government and Social Studies Education degree is designed for those students who have a passion for history civics, sociology, government, economics and other related fields which have inspired them to become teachers themselves.

Academic Resources

Access to library and academic support services

Passionate Faculty

Accessible educators with real-world experience and expertise

Career Services

Helpful career guidance

Featured Faculty

Russell Fox

Dr. Russell Arben Fox

  • Professor of Political Science; Program Director: Honors Program; Model UN Sponsor
  • Social and Behavioral Sciences
  • B.A., M.A., Brigham Young University; Ph.D., Catholic University of America
Lori Moshier

Lori Moshier

  • Assistant Professor of Education; Lead Faculty Secondary Education
  • Education
  • Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education, Wichita State University; Master of Education in Teaching and Learning, Friends University
Kenneth Spurgeon

Kenneth Spurgeon

  • Assistant Professor of History
  • A.A., B.A., M.A., Wichita State University

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