Windows to the past, enlightening the future!
History, Anthropology, and Philosophy are foundational academic disciplines, which provide training in analyzing and interpreting the human past, the complexity of human social patterns, and the enduring questions about who we are.
Critical Thinking, Research and Writing Skills
Our faculty use innovative techniques to prepare you for the careers of today and tomorrow. Learn about World War II, Medieval Europe, Historical Archaeology, African American History, and much more.
Supportive, Enriching Environment
Find a home in our friendly, inclusive community, and engage in classes that fit your unique interests. We welcome students with varied backgrounds and in different stages of life.
Small Classes & Mentoring
Take courses taught by professors, not graduate students. Our faculty hail from top-notch graduate programs, and all of them maintain an active research agenda.
The Foundation for Success
Our classes reinforce the skill sets that will be hallmarks of the new 21st century economy: data collection and analysis, writing and communication, and collaboration and teamwork.
Creativity and Discovery
As a student, you will learn how to do original research. Our upper-level courses take you deep into a topic of your choice, ranging from local history to archaeology to medieval social history.
Contact the Augusta University History, Anthropology, & Philosophy Department
Allgood Hall, Suite E222
1120 15th Street, AH-E22
Augusta, GA 30912