History Degrees from Oklahoma City Community College
Learn from the past while preparing for your future in this versatile degree program.
You’ve probably heard it said, “We must remember, so we will never forget.”
That’s what the study of history is all about. For generations, people around the world have preserved the history of their families, tribes, towns, villages, countries and significant events through the preservation of records, documents, artifacts and images.
At Oklahoma City Community College, you can gain insight into how these civilizations and cultures evolved and how they affect our own traditions today.
The OCCC associate degree in arts in history is a good option if you are well-organized and analytical and have an interest in sociology and political science. This program will prepare you to transfer to a four-year college or university.
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In OCCC’s history degree program you’ll learn to:
- Analyze historical events for present-day relevance
- Describe governmental operations in society
- Resolve conflict in society based on historical precedents
- Understand the repercussions of political reform, industrialization and urbanization
- Identify meaningful changes in society
History Degrees at Oklahoma City Community College
At OCCC, you can earn:
- An associate in arts degree in history provides a solid foundation for continued study at a four-year college or university.
History Classes at Oklahoma City Community College
When you study history at OCCC, you’ll have the opportunity to take classes in:
- Survey of American Sports History
- U.S. History
- Early Western Civilization
- Modern Western Civilization
- Survey of World Civilizations To 1600 C.E.
- Survey of World Civilizations Since 1600 C.E.
- Special Topics
- Oklahoma – Land of the Red Man
- History of Russia
- African-American History
- Survey of Women’s History
- Survey of American Families and Communities
- The American Indian
- Great American Biographies
- World History: Middle East
- World History: Latin America
- Historical Research, Methods, and Writing
You can access OCCC’s online course catalog, which includes details on Oklahoma City Community College history degree requirements and history class descriptions.
Most history classes are offered online as well as on campus – so you can choose the time and pace that’s right for you.
Ph.D., University of North TexasM.A., University of North TexasB.S., University of Texas
Professor of History
I graduated from Hereford High School in Hereford, Texas, and attended college at Texas Tech in Lubbock, Texas. I received a B.A.. M.A. and a PhD in History. I have been teaching history at OCCC since 1976. I am married, have one daughter and one granddaughter. My hobbies are taking aerobic and zumba classes and watching sports. My favorite colors are Scarlet and Black. I am a Liberal Democrat and a proponent of peace and social justice. I believe in both liberty and equality. I treat all people, gay or straight, as equals. I am in favor of a regulated economy that prevents greedy and corrupt people to become rich. I believe that rich Americans should pay their fair share of taxes and that American companies that move their headquarters to another country should have to pay either a fine or a duty on all of their products no matter where they are produced. I believe in a living wage, medicare, medicaid and social security. I believe that every student ! should receive a free college education. I also believe that administrators and legislators should support, instead of hinder, education. And I believe in love.
Professor of History
Master's Degree in History from Oklahoma State University. Pet roly poly named Rollo (named to honor a Norse chief, first Duke of Normandy, and sometime nephew of Charlemagne). He sleeps in a small match box on the fireplace hearth but thinks outside the box.