Chair: Stephanie A. Carpenter

The study of history and political science provides enhanced understanding of society, increases communication skills, and teaches critical thinking. These, and other benefits of a liberal arts education, bring confidence and increased enjoyment in every area of life by broadening the students’ intellectual experience.

Faculty in the department aid students in understanding the relationship of the past and present and demonstrate how local, national, and international political processes affect and respond to events. All teachers approach their subjects from an explicit, biblically based, Christian perspective.


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