The History, Political Science, and Humanities Department’s primary mission is to help students develop the habits of thinking Christianly about all of life, particularly in the areas of government, history, the classics and classical languages, humanities, law, political science, and international studies. Students completing our programs are prepared to pursue careers in a wide variety of fields including teaching, research, public service, and international work and further training in law school and graduate school. 

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Take a quick tour of the Humanities Center, home to the students and faculty in the Department of History, Political Science, and Humanities.


While there is no specific undergraduate degree program required for entrance into law school, Lee has numerous students who are preparing to pursue a legal education. As such, we have a minor that includes coursework designed with this preparation in mind. One can minor in Pre-Law with majors from many of Lee University’s departments, but the advisor for those with this minor is a faculty member in the Department of History, Political Science and Humanities. If you are considering entering law school after your college graduation, click here to learn more about this program.
History, Political Science, and Humanities

Brandyn Kirby

Brandyn Kirby is a senior double major in political science and humanities from Cottontown, Tennessee. At Lee, he worked as a resident assistant for Brinsfield Row, has formerly been a shift leader for Campus Kitchens at Cleveland's local homeless shelter, worked as a route-leader for the Crossover service club, and currently serves as the co-president of the Humanities Coalition. According to Brandyn, “The intellectual and relational climate in my department has been unforgettably tremendous. Both inside and outside of the classroom, the camaraderie that forms among students and between those students and their professors contributes to a rich environment for both academic and personal development.” After graduation, he plans to attend graduate school in pursuit of a PhD in political science.