American Indian Studies
American Indian studies (AIS) program is designed to thoroughly investigate the past, present and future of Native peoples of the Americas in a learning environment conducive to critical and creative thought. The AIS major emphasizes the experience of the Lakota division of the Great Sioux Nation.
History/ History Education
A history degree will walk you through the worlds of American history, European history and regional history. Discover past events and people, explore themes in historical eras, delve into historical documents and publications, and hone your writing and research skills. Benefit from the opportunity to study the Gold Rush, tour ghost towns, and learn about the Native American culture, while studying American, European, and World History. Earn a BS in History, BA in History, or BSED in History Education.
Mathematics/ Mathematics Education
Earn your mathematics degree in a rigorous environment that nurtures mathematical maturity, self-confidence, and an appreciation for lifelong learning. Develop the capacity and disposition for continued learning in mathematics through relevant studies and research. Become prepared for a variety of careers from finance and software development to math education.
The Political Science program is designed to give majors and minors a strong background in American government and politics, international relations, comparative politics, and political philosophy. A degree in Political Science makes it possible to find employment in a variety of areas ranging from business to government.
Social Science / Social Science Education
As you work toward your Social Science degree at BHSU, you’ll gain an appreciation for worldly, historical and political accomplishments. Many students specialize in disciplines like anthropology, sociology, psychology, history, geography, or political science; however, a social science degree also offers undecided students the opportunity to gain a broad skill set that will easily transfer to any of these careers.