School of Humanities & Behavioral Science


Jaye Rogers teaching classAnderson University’s history program offers interested students the opportunity to learn from published scholars in a wide variety of historical fields.

Course offerings include European history, all areas of American history, and many fields of world history, including China, Japan, Russia/Soviet Union, the Middle East, and Latin America. Additionally, the department offers classes that have a broad appeal, such as Baseball in America, the Civil Rights Movement, the Jewish Holocaust, Slavery in America, the American Family, Women in the World, and the History of World War II.

Anderson University’s history program is rigorous and intentionally strives to help students become critical thinkers with strong research and writing skills, abilities that will serve them well in both post-graduate work and in the job market.