Exploring the past that inspires our future.
You’re inspired to explore the world throughout time. You’re interested in learning about the history of your own culture and those of other people. You enjoy analyzing how the present day is influenced by the past. That’s why you want to earn a degree in Marian’s history program.
Marian University’s history program provides you with a well-balanced focus on the United States and Europe, as well as non-Western areas such as Africa and Asia. You’ll also explore American Indian, Latin American and women’s history, as well as the history of American minorities.
As part of the history program, you will find personal, one-on-one support from faculty who are eager to share their knowledge and passion for history. In addition to challenging coursework, you’ll engage in internship experiences, as well as research in an area of historical interest to you.
Graduates of the history program stay one step ahead of the competition, and are equipped with the essential skills that ensure success in the working world. A history degree from Marian University prepares you for a variety of career possibilities including those in advocacy, business, education, law, publishing and research. Recent graduates have found success in many positions, including as small business owners, managers for Wisconsin-based and nationwide companies, physicians assistants, middle and high school teachers, legislative aids, librarians and program directors for museums, arts centers and community centers.
The Marian Difference
At Marian University, you’ll find committed faculty and staff aiming to help you reach your highest potential. Through an applied learning approach, you’ll find Marian’s history program prepares you to share your passion for history in graduate school or employment in the field.