College of Liberal Arts
History Major and Minor
History majors are required to earn a total of 30 credit hours in history coursess, in addition
to the Civilization and the American Experience sequences, these include:
Six electives (at least two electives at the 300-level and one at the 400-level
3 credits of European (HIST 246-249)
3 credits of North American (HIST 290-294)
3 credits of non-Western history (HIST 295-299)
The non-Western history course will also satisfy the university Veritas Program requirement. The department does not require history majors to take a minor, but may require students to complete an internship between 1-3 credits.
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Any student may minor in history by taking nine credit hours of history courses, in addition to the civilization sequence (CVOR 101, CVHI 102, CVHI 201) and American experience (AMC 201, AMC 202). At least three of the nine hours must be taken in residence and six hours taken with professors in the history department.
State Certification in Teaching Social Studies
The department's teacher education program consists of the social study/education major. The program prepares students wishing to teach at the secondary level, grades 7-12. The certificates awarded to those who successfully complete the program are valid in all NASDTEC member states. See the secondary education program for further information.
Declaration of Major Forms are available from the registrar's office.