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Degrees & Areas of Study

Study the past. Secure your future.

A degree in history will prepare you for a variety of careers, from education and research to law, business or theology. 

Want to be a teacher? You can pursue a bachelor’s degree with a certification in history or social studies. Do you have your sights set on graduate school? The Department of History offers a graduate degree in history with concentrations that will prepare you to work as a historian in an academic, government or nonprofit setting. 

Degrees and areas of study offered

The Department of History awards the following degrees:

Bachelor of Arts

Undergraduate minors

  • History 

Master of Arts   

 

Major Academic Planners

Our undergraduate degree major academic planners serve as a guide to keep you on track as you make your way toward filing your official degree plan. To find the suggested Degree MAP for your area of study, explore the list below.

Degree Plans

Our degree plans serve as a course-planning tool and a reflection of what you might be expected to complete when filing your official degree plan. These documents are not official degree plans. Contact your advisor for the steps required to file your degree plan.

Department of History

Degree Major Academic Planners

Degree Plans

  • History, B.A.
  • History, History Teaching Secondary Certification, B.A.
  • History, Social Studies Teaching Secondary Certification, B.A.

Contact

Department of History
936.468.3802
history@sfasu.edu

Dugas Liberal Arts North 
Room 303

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 13013, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, Texas 75962

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