Department of History
HISTORY MAJOR REQUIREMENT
Thirty-three hours. These must include one course at the introductory level (below 100), one History Methods course (101), plus nine additional hours at the intermediate level (100), and three hours at the advanced level (200). These thirty-three hours must also include fifteen hours of concentration in one of the departments’ three areas of study (The Americas; Europe; Africa/Asia/Middle East/Global) and six hours in each of the others. The fifteen-hour concentration must include one course at the intermediate level and one seminar at the advanced level. (The Americas concentration must include three hours in Canadian or Latin American History.)
HISTORY MINOR REQUIREMENT
Eighteen hours of history. These must include three hours in any course at the introductory level (below 100), plus nine hours at the intermediate (100) or advanced (200) level. These must also include six hours in each of two of the departments’ areas of study (The Americas; Europe; Africa/Asia/Middle East/Global).
Checklist of requirements for history majors
Download and fill out the proper requirements .pdf form below. Choose whether you will be following the requirements from Fall 2005 or from Fall 2008 on to see if you are on track as a history major.
- Checklist Requirements for Majors-F08 (PDF)
- A&S Current Degree Requirements for all tracks (majors, minors, etc.)
- A&S General BA Distribution Requirements F12-SP13 (pdf)
The following will be helpful tools when registering and planning:
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