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Department of History and Political Science

Every step forward was paved by the past

Christ’s life is an example to strive after, but we can be so eager to get busy that it’s easy to overlook the value of understanding others. Within this conviction lies the goal of Grace’s Department of History and Political Science – when students study the people and cultures in history, they develop keen understanding of the past. When they observe current events and analyze modern political and social climates, they gain competence in addressing culture and society in the present. As they prepare to enter the working world through engaging internships, they develop a service-minded attitude toward the future.

Through a highly interactive student-teacher apprenticeship model, students will develop critical thinking skills alongside a Christ-centered understanding of what it means to be a part of God’s humanity.


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Email:
Jared Burkholder, Ph.D. | jared.burkholder@grace.edu

Phone:
(574) 372-5100, ext. 6006