College of Arts & Sciences
Understanding of the diversity of human experience over time
History graduates often pursue graduate work in the social sciences, law and church vocations; they're equally well prepared to begin careers in teaching and administration, media reporting, library science, archival work, genealogy, public administration, and museum studies.
News & Updates
- The latest volume of our undergraduate journal, The Scribe of the Ages is now available: Volumbe 7, May 2021
- We are happy to announce our 2021 History Department Awards were awarded to the samte student, a graduating senior who has worked hard and developed his talents during his time at Cal Lutheran: Shane Kroeber, who earned the O. Fritioff Ander History Award for Outstanding Graduating Senior, and the Smith Family Writing History Award. Shane Kroeber will have one of his research papers published in the 2021 volume of our undergraduate journal, The Scribe of the Ages, to be published on this site by June 2021.
- Wonder what you can do with a History degree? Check out the American Historical Association's web page, "Careers for History Majors," as well as their article, "History is Not a Useless Major: FIghting Myths with Data."
- During 2021 Festival of Scholars, Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society held its induction ceremonty on April 21, 2021. Our Keynote Speaker, and Honorary inductee was Len Zerlin. An article on this event was published in the May 27, 2021 edition of the Acorn. On December 7, 2017, we had the privilege of hearing from Len Zerlin. We recorded his presentation, and it is now available online: click here. Please enjoy!