An Archaeology Minor from Grace College will explore the ins and outs of human history. As you consider an array of colleges with Archaeology and History degree near you in the midwest, be assured that when you find your way to Winona Lake, Indiana, you will discover a top college for Archaeology taught with a Christian worldview. A Grace College Archaeology Minor will help you make workable connections between prehistory through the excavation of sites and the analysis of artifacts and physical remains around the world, preparing you to weigh questions and create conversation in a Christian college context.
This program is for you if you are serious about creating an impact on an Archaeology career. With a Minor in Archaeology, you will be required to get real-world experience ensuring you are equipped for jobs the field, such as, heritage manager, museum educator, a museum curator, and even a tourism officer.
At Grace College, students find rich opportunities to learn the inner workings of the History process while being challenged with the Christian responsibility to promote peace and justice in a troubled world.
Future Archaeologist, the way forward is Grace.
Mark Marston Norris, Ph.D.
Jared Burkholder, Ph.D.
The faculty at Grace College truly lived their lives in a way that allowed the light of Christ to shine through them. Grace College prepared me not only to teach in the classroom but to be a lifelong learner, especially in my spiritual walk.Lenny Krebs, Grace College Alumnus
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Education with a Biblical Worldview
At the heart of a Grace education are academically challenging courses that are specifically designed to foster a thirst for character, competence, and service within the hearts and minds of our students.
“The dig (six weeks excavating Tel Burna, a site in the Sephelah region of Israel between the border of ancient Judea and Philistia) gave me a chance to learn in the field, and the lectures and weekend tours gave context and life to the history we were uncovering. There’s really no learning like hands-on learning, which is what we did all summer. It was fantastic!”Ben Gruber, May 2018 Graduate