About Us

Our students gain historical knowledge, marketable research, and writing skills valuable for civic engagement, intellectual enrichment, and many different careers.

We provide graduates with a course of studies that will take them toward careers like education, law, politics, public policy, government, economic development, research and historical preservation, philanthropy and nonprofit organizations, and professional writing.

Students embrace opportunities for hands-on learning experiences with internships. We create a vibrant community where students find intellectual homes by sharing ideas, collaborative learning, and supportive academic inquiry.

Contact Us

Diana Williams

Administrative Assistant, Department of History, Philosophy, Politics & Economics


(219) 989-2347

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