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History & Political Science Degree

Currently, a student can choose to obtain an associates degree in History or Political Science, a bachelors degree in History or Political Science, or minor in American Indian Studies, American Studies, Chinese Commerce, Constitutional Studies, History, Peace & Justice Studies, or Political Science.  If you would like more information about any of these programs, contact an advisor.

Program Learning Outcomes

Learning outcomes in History and Social Studies content areas are the skill-sets, competencies, and knowledge students should acquire in their discipline before graduation. The following criteria are for majors involving the acquisition and mastery of historical and social scientific knowledge, thinking, and skills.

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History Degrees (120 credits)

BA in History  
BS in History & Social Studies Education

Will History & Social Studies Education meet the educational requirements for the professional credential in the state or US territory you might choose to live during or after completing your UVU degree? Visit the UVU Professional Licensure website to learn more!

 

Political Science Degrees (120 credits)

BA in Political Science Choose An Emphasis
American Government 
Global Politics 
Indian Affairs Administration 
Peace & Justice Studies 
Public Administration & Policy 
Public Law & Political Phil. 
BS in Political Science Choose An Emphasis
American Government 
Global Politics 
Indian Affairs Administration
Peace & Justice Studies 
Public Administration & Policy 
Public Law & Political Phil. 
 

Associate Programs (62 credits)

AA in History and Political Science 
AS in History and Political Science 
 

Minor Programs

Minor in American Indian Studies (18 credits)
Minor in American Studies (21 credits)
Minor in History (21 credits)
Minor in Chinese Commerce (22 credits)
Minor in Constitutional Studies (21 credits) 
Minor in Peace & Justice Studies (21 credits) 
Minor in Political Science (21 credits)