Ambrose University Undergraduate Viewbook
You get the best idea of where the world is going by knowing where it's been. In the Ambrose History degree program, you'll explore the diverse stories and identities that have made a lasting impact on Canadian society and the world at large. You'll learn the importance of perspective, context and research, and see how history plays a role in pop culture and everyday life. You'll apply your History degree as you think critically about what shapes history and what is shaped by it: politics, culture, society, and religion.

So here's the deal:

Take five courses per semester for four years, and you'll complete your History degree
[courses are worth 3 credits and 3 x 5 x 2 x 4 = 120 credits].

A three-year [90 credit] version of this degree is also available.

Your Future

This is your career

Let history take you to your future. Careers include librarian, lawyer, heritage interpreter, political aide, journalist or social policy researcher.

This is where you can go

Here's a sampling of the jobs our alumni have landed with this degree or entered through further studies:

  • Museum guide
  • Social studies teacher
  • Technical writer
  • Small business entrepreneur 
  • Political campaign worker
  • Professor


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Beyond the Classroom

Discover why history matters by doing hands-on research to record significant events in the lives of local people. Our current project is an externally-funded oral history of the immigration and resettlement of Germans to Western Canada from 1947 to 1960.

Staff and Faculty

Name Position Location Email Phone
Kyle Jantzen Professor of History Kyle Jantzen, PhD Dean of Arts & Science L2087 kjantzen@ambrose.edu -
Ken Draper Professor of History Kenneth L. Draper, PhD Professor of History
Director of Planning and Assessment
L2085 kdraper@ambrose.edu -
Ryan Wilkinson Assistant Professor of History Ryan Wilkinson, PhD Assistant Professor of History L2074 Ryan.Wilkinson@ambrose.edu -