About the Department:

History is an incredible subject whether it be World, American, Environmental, Military, or a plethora of other fields. All of us create history every day, so it is important that we learn from it, strive to do our best to understand its relevance, and use it to make a positive mark for Christ on this world. Regardless of if you want to teach on the college level or work for the government or the private sector, the history department is here to help you. We have numerous internship sites in various states and a number of opportunities for our students in order to help them to receive the career position for which they are striving. Historians are needed in many areas of the public and private sector including, but not limited to, the National and State Park Service, United States Military, various corporations, law firms, Large and small museums, and much more. Also, our capstone course in History will prepare you for Graduate School by helping you develop your skills in historical research and writing, while also making sure you have received a strong background in World and American History. If you have any questions on your future as a major in History, please feel free to e-mail or call.

The Psychology program covers a vast amount of topics and has something for everyone. Our capstone course for seniors, along with various internship opportunities, will allow you to grow and take on challenges you may not have thought you could handle before. There are many majors to add to this field and also a number of minor fields of study to choose from. The Psychology and History programs will allow you to add other fields of study in order to broaden your horizons and to become marketable in many ways. We can discuss all of these programs and possibilities with you at your convenience. Please feel free to contact the department anytime. I look forward to speaking with you and seeing how Blue Mountain College can help you with your future.

The Criminal Justice program offers a variety of courses to develop student knowledge and skills in law enforcement, criminal investigation, police agency administration, criminal law, juvenile justice, institutional corrections, and community-based corrections.  Upon graduation, students may elect to pursue graduate studies in a university master's degree or law school program.  Graduates may also begin employment in law enforcement, corrections, court administration, security and emergency management, or other law-related and social service areas within federal, state and local agencies.

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