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History, Anthropology, & Philosophy

Why get a degree in History, Anthropology, or Philosophy? You can...

  • Gain a sound understanding of historical cause & effect relationships relevant in today's world.
  • Increase your intellectual capital with knowledge of global cultures, traditions, and values.
  • Learn to interpret information, analyze data, apply evidence, and communicate effectively.
  • Develop valuable transferable skills for an ever-changing global market.

Think About It...

"A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin, and culture is like a tree without roots."

- Marcus Garvey

Why Study These Areas?

People and cultures are an intricate web which requires study and understanding if we are to make informed decisions. Learn about how studying these areas can enhance your understanding of yesterday's and today's world.

Associate Degrees may be started on any campus except Dahlonega and can be completed in Gainesville or Oconee (coded below). Read about UNG internal transfer policies.

Associate Degree(s) in Core Curriculum with pathway courses

Associate degrees in core curriculum require 18 credit hours in Area F (pathway courses) within the 60 credit hour degree.
Pathway Catalog Campus Colleges or Academic Units
Anthropology G O College of Arts & Letters
History G O College of Arts & Letters
Philosophy G College of Arts & Letters

The campus designation code indicates that the degree can be completed on that campus or online, as indicated.
*Degree requires visits to multiple campuses.

BBlue Ridge
CCumming
DDahlonega
GGainesville
OOconee
OnlineOnline

Bachelor’s Degrees may be started on any campus and can only be completed in Dahlonega or Gainesville (coded below).

Bachelor's Degree Title Catalog Campus Colleges or Academic Units
B.A. in East Asian Studies D College of Arts & Letters
B.A. in History D G College of Arts & Letters
B.A. in History with Teacher Certification D G College of Arts & Letters

The campus designation code indicates that the degree can be completed on that campus or online, as indicated.
*Degree requires visits to multiple campuses.

BBlue Ridge
CCumming
DDahlonega
GGainesville
OOconee
OnlineOnline

Graduate programs at UNG have different admission requirements, application deadlines and tuition rates.  Select a program name or its catalog listing to learn more about UNG’s graduate offerings.  Contact Graduate Admissions if you have questions regarding the application process.

Program Name Catalog Campus Colleges or Academic Units
Master of Arts with a major in History D College of Arts & Letters
Master of Arts in Teaching* C D College of Education
Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction C College of Education

The campus designation code indicates that the degree can be completed on that campus or online, as indicated.
*Degree requires visits to multiple campuses.

BBlue Ridge
CCumming
DDahlonega
GGainesville
OOconee
OnlineOnline
Minors may be only completed in conjunction with a Bachelor’s Degree.
Program Name Catalog Campus Colleges or Academic Units
Anthropology Minor College of Arts & Letters
Gender Studies Minor College of Arts & Letters
History Minor College of Arts & Letters
Philosophy Minor College of Arts & Letters

The campus designation code indicates that the degree can be completed on that campus or online, as indicated.
*Degree requires visits to multiple campuses.

BBlue Ridge
CCumming
DDahlonega
GGainesville
OOconee
OnlineOnline

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