Department of History | Judson University Christian College

History & Intercultural Studies

History

Why did that event happen? How has it impacted our world? What can we learn from it? To study History is to learn about humanity - what motivates us, what inspires us, and what we can do to make our world a more positive and peaceful place. Along the way you will gain skills that will prepare you for graduate school and for career paths in legal professions, domestic and foreign policies, education and more. If you love learning about history and discussing world events, then the History Program at Judson University is designed for you.

Intercultural Studies

Who are we? Who are they? How do language, law and geography influence a culture? What are the unique strengths and struggles of different countries and cultures? How can I get involved?

Intercultural Studies examine the human condition through the context of culture and diversity. Along the way, you'll gain skills that will prepare you for graduate school and for career paths in foreign policy and relations, vocational ministry stateside or overseas, and any career that requires an understanding of foreign cultures and/or cultural diversity in your own society.

If you have a love for travel and experiencing foreign cultures or you find yourself seeking out cultural diversity all around you, then the Intercultural Studies Program at Judson University is designed for you.

Dr. Angelene Naw - Spotlight

Angelene Naw joined the University of Rangoon as a faculty member in 1971 and taught history courses until 1984 when she received the East-West Center scholarship in Honolulu to pursue her Ph.D degree at the University of Hawaii.

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