History helps us make sense of today’s headlines, from conflict in the Middle East to the challenges facing the Christian church in Western society. But history also helps us step outside our own time and learn from another, as we immerse ourselves in ancient Rome, medieval England, or the totalitarian struggles of the early twentieth century. At Redeemer, you’ll study history from a perspective rooted in unchanging biblical truth and ancient Christian wisdom. Our program design gives you maximum flexibility to study the aspects of history that interest you most, while providing a solid overview and foundation for your specialized knowledge. You’ll also be challenged to write, speak, and think more effectively and more faithfully so you are ready for the calling God has for you, whether it’s in the courtroom, the classroom, the pulpit, the public arena, or right in your own backyard.
The History program does not have program-specific admission requirements.
Applicants from Ontario will be considered for general undergraduate admission based on the following requirements:
Kevin Flatt is professor of history and chair of the Department of History, Politics, and International Studies. He teaches courses covering seve...
" My Liberal Arts Degree from Redeemer shaped how I think about the world, my faith, and the intersection where the two meet. I was challenged in each of my classes to not just learn information but to think critically and analyze what I was learning. Redeemer opened my eyes and ignited a passion for issues of social justice and the plight of the poor and vulnerable around the world and in my own backyard. This passion led me to work at the Canadian headquarters of the world’s largest anti-slavery organization, International Justice Mission, where I now have the privilege of educating and mobilizing Canadian churches to answer God’s call to seek justice. Redeemer provided the well-rounded education needed to ensure my career success and helped me discover the place God was calling me. "
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