The History major is concerned with the broad range of experiences, events, and decisions which have taken place in the past and which have shaped our current world. Our program concentrates on the history of the United States, Europe, and Latin America and their interactions with the remainder of the world. It is also concerned with imparting an introductory knowledge of the basic tools of history.
Core Courses 3 courses (9 credits)
Complete one survey course in each of the following areas:
Choose seven History courses. Of the seven courses, five courses must be upper-level History courses. The remaining two courses may be either upper-level courses, cross-listed courses, approved Classic courses, or survey courses. Students may also take up to 3 credits of an internship to replace one upper level course.
A partial list of elective classes is provided below. See the course descriptions in the current schedule of classes for additional choices.