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History

Majoring & Minoring

Degree Plans Following The Catalog (2010-11 or Later)

Major in History

36 semester hours, including one from History 16-014, 024, 064, 074, or 094; 16-854; 16-864 (Capstone); one course above the introductory level from four of the following five areas: Africa 16-264, 434, 454, 474; East Asia 16-244, 254, 274, 564, 584; Europe 16-204, 214, 294, 314, 324, 394, 404, 524, 534, 544; Latin America 16-334, 364, 374, 454, 654, 664, 674; United States 16-224, 234, 414, 454, 464, 504, 754; eight additional hours of History.

Additional requirements for the History major: One course having a substantial pre- or early modern component, as part of the geographical distribution or as one of the three non-designated courses, from History 16-204, 244, 254, 264, 274, 314, 324, 364, 394, 454.

Minor in History

20 semester hours, including one from History 16-014, 024, 064, 074, 094; 16 additional hours of History above the introductory level.

Degree Plan Following The Catalog (2009-10 or Earlier)

Major in History

32 semester hours, including one from History 16-013, 093; one from 16-023, 063, 073; 16-854, 16-864 (Capstone); one course above the introductory level from three of the following five areas: Africa 16-263, 433, 453, 473; East Asia 16-243, 253, 273, 563, 583; Europe 16-203, 213, 293, 313, 323, 383, 393, 403, 523, 533, 543, 593; Latin America 16-333, 363, 373, 453, 653, 663, 673; United States 16-223, 233, 413, 453, 463, 503, 753; nine additional hours of History.

Additional requirements for the History major: One course having a substantial pre- or early modern component, as part of the geographical distribution or as one of the three non-designated courses, from History 16-203, 243, 253, 263, 273, 313, 323, 363, 393, 453.

Minor in History

18 semester hours, including one from History 16-013, 023, 063, 073, 093; 15 additional hours of History above the introductory level.

See the full catalog for information about International Studies, the paired major with Feminist Studies, and certifying to teach history via the Education major.