History

Undergraduate Program of Study

 

BA in History Four-Year Graduation Plan

 

Two Year Course Rotation Schedule

 
Core Areas A, B, C, D, and E 42 hours

 

*Area F 18 hours
  • HIST 1111- Civilization I or HIST 1112 - Civilization II (If taken to satisfy core area B or E, substitute an approved global perspectives course.)
  • HIST 2111- History of America to 1877 (If taken to satisfy core area E, substitute a humanities or social science course at the 1000 or 2000 level.)
  • HIST 2112 - History of America since 1865 (If taken to satisfy core area E, substitute a humanities or social science course at the 1000 or 2000 level.)
  • Foreign Language 1002 - Elementary Language II
  • Foreign Language 2001 - Intermediate Language I
  • Foreign Language 2002 — Intermediate II

 

Physical Education 3 hours

 

*Major Field Courses 12 hours
  • HIST 3500 - Historical Methods
  • HIST 4500 - Advanced Seminar
  • One public history course (3000 or above).
  • Seven other history courses at the 3000 level or above. Only one may be Fieldwork or Study Abroad
  • In selecting the remainder of their advanced courses students may choose to concentrate in one particular area of history (European, American, or non-western), providing they complete at least six hours outside of that area.
  • In choosing the remainder of their advanced courses students may choose to concentrate in one particular area of history (European, American, or non-western), providing they complete at least six hours outside that area.

 

*Related Field Courses 12 hours
  • MATH 2200: Elementary Statistics may be substituted as three hours at the 2000 level.
  • At least six semester hours at the 3000 level or above chosen from the social sciences and/or the humanities excluding history. Six semester hours may be at the 2000 level.
Electives 15 hours

 

Total Semester Hours 123 hours

 

Regents' Test and Exit Exam  


* grade of C or better required