Requirements for a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science Degree with a Major in History
|General Education Component|
|Area I (Written Composition)||6|
|Area II (Humanities and Fine Arts) 1||12|
|Area III (Natural Sciences and Mathematics)||11|
|Area IV (History, Social and Behavioral Sciences)||12|
|Major Core Requirements in History|
& HI 102
|Survey of World Civilization to 1500|
and Survey of World Civilization since 1500 2
& HI 202
|United States History to 1877|
and United States History since 1877 2
|HI 301W||History and Historical Research 3||3|
|Select eighteen hours of History Electives (300-400 levels) 4||18|
|HI 495||Senior Thesis 5||3|
|A minor, second major or second degree is required for this major||18-24|
|as required, to bring total to 120|
For Bachelor of Arts degree, 6 hours of a required foreign language at the introductory level
These courses are required in the major if not completed as part of the General Education component
Fulfills computer literacy requirement.
Including at least six hours in United States history and six hours in non-United States history. At least 6 hours of the eighteen hours of History Electives must be at the 400 level. The 6 hours of History Electives at the 400 level plus the required course HI 495 (3) means that students will complete at least 9 hours at the 400 level to meet graduation requirements. HI 101 and HI 102 or HI 201 and HI 202 are prerequisites for all 300-level history courses. HI 301W is a prerequisite for all 400-level history courses.
Offered in spring semesters. Includes exit examination.