*Pending Middle States Commission on Higher Education approval.

You Belong Here. 

The Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies, History Concentration is designed to teach you how to develop critical reading skills, evaluate historical evidence, and enhance your writing abilities with the intention of applying these skills to careers in business, academic and other professional contexts.  You will develop research and analytical capabilities that can be used to examine, interpret and communicate major themes and matters in historical evidence and data. You will be able to work in  government research, diplomatic and Foreign Service work, museum curation and management, business and institutional research, archival maintenance, historic preservation, and teaching.  This concentration also will prepare you for graduate study in history or law.

Why You Should Choose Manor College

We understand that students come from all walks of life.  Whether you are a traditional student or looking to attend school part-time, we have the program for you.  We put our students first and all the faculty and staff at Manor College work tirelessly to help each student fulfill their education and career goals.

At Manor, you will develop transferrable skills that are valued by employers.  Writing, oral communication, critical thinking, problem-solving, and the ability to research and analyze information are just a few of the many skills you’ll learn in this program. Open the door to possibilities by soaring in 4 and continuing your degree in the Bachelor of Art Liberal Studies, History concentration.

Career Opportunities

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, experts say that Liberal Arts graduates enter a range of career fields because the skills they develop are applicable to nearly any job.

Manor students who complete their Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies, History concentration may enter into a variety of fields including:

  • Government Research
  • Diplomatic and Foreign Service work
  • Museum Curator and/or Director
  • Business and Institutional Research
  • Archival Maintenance
  • Historic Preservation
  • Teaching

How You Can Soar in 4

Current Manor College students who are interested in continuing their degree in the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies should contact Senior Associate Professor and Director of Liberal Studies, Mike Landis at mlandis@manor.edu. For all other matters regarding a bachelor degree, students should contact Assistant Director of Academic Support and Retention, Dr. Diane Pevar, at dpevar@manor.edu.

In March 2018, students are encouraged to meet with their Academic Advisor to submit a Change of Curriculum and register for Fall 2018 courses.

Are you a future Blue Jay? If so, click here to view the Admissions Requirements and start your application to Manor College today! Come for a visit of our campus, meet with an Admissions counselor and learn why You Belong Here at Manor College.

The Basil Guarantee

The Basil Guarantee is a tuition discount and exclusive benefit for all students enrolling in the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies program.* With the Basil Guarantee students who enroll in a bachelor degree program at Manor College are eligible to receive 20% discount off tuition for the final two years (junior/senior year) of the program.** The Basil Guarantee is a limited time offer that is available for all students who enroll (full-time or part-time) in the program between Fall 2018 and Spring 2020. 

At Manor College, 97% of students receive financial aid, Manor is committed to making our personalized education experience possible for all students, both academically and financially. Manor College is also the best priced private Catholic college in the state of Pennsylvania and for the 2018-2019 academic year, Manor College has announced a tuition freeze, meaning the 2018/2019 tuition of $16,429/year and $17,199 for Allied Health students will not increase, but remain the same.

*Pending Middle States Commission on Higher Education approval.

**the 20% discount will be applied to the tuition costs for the concluding 60 credits of the respective bachelor degree program

**cannot be combined with other tuition discounts