History, Philosophy & Political Science Department

Greetings from the History, Philosophy, and Political Science Department at UC Blue Ash College. We are excited to offer a variety of classes during the academic year.  For the first time you can take a course in Latin American history, as well as courses in environmental, women’s and Civil War history, and an interdisciplinary seminar in European studies. On this page you will find basic information as well as a short description for all of our courses. 

Students interest in History are now able to complete the Assocoaite degree in History, or major in Liberal Arts, a two-year interdisciplinary program that prepares you to transfer to more than thirty programs at the McMicken College of Arts and Sciences on UC’s main campus. Liberal Arts majors begin their experience at UC Blue Ash with a first-year seminar, then take a variety of courses in the humanities, as well as required courses in math, science and foreign language.


New History Associate Degree Program

The new AA Degree in History is designed to allow seamless transition into the History BA at the McMicken College of Arts and Sciences at the main campus but can be used as the building block for other majors as well.

Learn more about this program 


European studies

European Studies

The European Studies certificate is recommended for all Liberal Arts students.

Learn more about European Studies

History, Philosophy, and Political Science Department Course Guide

Here is a guide to the courses and offerings of the History, Philosophy, and Political Science Department.  Please be advised that changes to the schedule will sometimes occur and that detailed information on course meeting times and classrooms can be found on the UC One Stop website at onestop.uc.edu.

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History Club

Interested in history? We invite  all students, staff and faculty to attend meetings of the UCBA History Club throughout the academic year.

Learn more


Contact Information

Muntz Hall • Room 348
Phone: (513) 745-5655
willi3c2@ucmail.uc.edu