Department and Degree Overview
The History Associate in Arts degree earned at Rose State College fulfills all of the requirements necessary for students to transfer to a history baccalaureate program at a four year college or university. Our general education history degree curriculum includes required course work in U.S., European, and Ancient and Medieval History and is supplemented with related coursework in the areas of African American, American Indian, American West, LBGT, Oklahoma, and women’s history.
Students who successfully complete the 62 credit hour degree program will not only have familiarized themselves with the complex cultural, economic, intellectual, political, and social dynamics and processes that constitute the past, but through critical analysis and inquiry students will develop a greater appreciation of how that past continues to shape the present as well as the future.
Why Choose to Pursue a History Associate in Arts Degree at Rose State College
Not only is Rose State College an affordable and convenient education option for students in the central Oklahoma area, but the College boasts a highly diverse and extremely educated group of historians committed to excellence in teaching. In addition, the small class size, typical of Rose State College, permits students and history faculty to interact on a much more personal level. Indeed, faculty are readily available to help students beyond the limitations of the classroom because Rose State College faculty are committed to and place a high priority on instruction.