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History

How did things get to be this way? There's more to the past than just the events that led up to the present day.

Overview

Are you fascinated by past cultures and societies and the people and events that preceded your reality? Are you equally intrigued by the past, present, and future as they relate to the human experience? Studying history allows the exploration of the diversity of the human experience in all times and places examining the differences among them.

KPC does not offer a degree in history, but students are able to complete all of the general education requirements to be prepared to transfer into a bachelor of arts program at another UA campus or another university. Be sure to work closely with an advisor to help you identify the right program to transfer into and to be certain you identify as many program specific courses and general requirements while studying at KPC.

 

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Advisors


Kimberly Frost
Kachemak Bay Campus
Kimberly Frost
Student and Enrollment Services Manager
kafrost2@alaska.edu
(907) 235-1658
Pioneer Hall (KBPH) 102B
Web Page  Online Meeting Room

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Kenai River Campus
Christina Stuive
Professor of Counseling
cjstuive@alaska.edu
(907) 262-0335
Enid S. McLane Building (EMB) 169B
Web Page

Nancy Johnson
Kachemak Bay Campus
Nancy Johnson
Advising and Support Services Specialist
nejohnson2@alaska.edu
(907) 235-1655
Bayview Hall (KBBH) 110
Web Page  Online Meeting Room

 

 Faculty


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Kachemak Bay Campus
Jeff Meyers Jr
Assistant Professor of History and Political Science
jmeyers13@alaska.edu
(907) 235-1611
Bayview Hall (KBBH)
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