The B.A. in History provides students with knowledge and tools of history as well as a broader perspective of regions, religions, peoples, and their interconnectedness in the world. Students are taught to analyze and deconstruct different kinds of problems in our world. Minors in Holocaust History & History and Media are available for interested students.
» B.A. in History
+ - Possible Occupations
- Campaign Worker
- Congressional Aide
- Cultural Advisor
- Cultural Resources Manager
- Ethno scientist
- Foreign Correspondent
- Foreign Service Officer
- Foundation Staffer
- Historic Interpreter
- Historic Preservation
- Historical Researcher
- Historical Site Administrator
- Information Specialist
- Intelligence Agent/Officer
- Legislative Aide
- Market Analyst
- Media Consultant
- Museum Director
- Museum Technician/Specialist
- Personnel Manager
- Political Campaign Worker
- Political Scientist
- Press Secretary
- Project Manager
- Public Relations Specialist
- Radio/TV Research Assistant
- Urban Administrator
Additional Resources about career and internship opportunities are available on the History Homepage .
+ - Professional Associations
- American Association of Museums
- Society of American Archivists
- The Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums
- World History Association
- Society for History Education
- Renaissance Society of America
- Phi Alpha Theta
- National Association for Ethnic Studies
- Institute for Historical Study
- Economic History Association
- Association of Ancient Historians
- American Association for State and Local History
- American Historical Association
- Organization of American Historians
+ - Chapman Organizations
- Chapman International Studies Student Association (CISSA)
- Black Student Union (BSU)
- Turkish Student Organization
- Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education
- Latin American Student Association (LASA)
- Korean Student Association (KSA)
- Chapman Ambassador Program
- French Club
- Chinese Cultural Club
- Phi Alpha Theta
+ - Links and Resources
A section of the American Historical Association that assists job seekers in locating proper resources to job search
Interdisciplinary organization for scholars and teachers dedicated to research, study, and publication. There is a job guide as well.
CLEO is a nonprofit entity of the American Bar Association preparing students to study and pass the bar exam
Helping students understand and choose their law studies, select a law school, what types of law to consider
Historical resource within the U.S. providing resources for educators, student leaders, and professionals about the holocaust
A commitment creating more diversity in the field of law, providing better access to all students on the steps needed to select, test for, and enter law school.
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