DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

Phone: 262-472-1103
E-Mail: history@uwwvax.uww.edu

Faculty: Lloyd Binagi, Janette Bohi, Jack Filipiak, Bruce Flood, James Jaffe, Elizabeth Hachten, Richard Haney, Steven Karges (Chairperson), Michael Kennedy, Nikki Mandell, Seth Meisel, Benjamin Rhodes, Stephen Vincent, Richard Yasko.

 History is studied for many reasons. It is our social memory, telling us who we are, where we belong, and where we seem to be going. History takes us out of the present, broadens the horizons of our minds, makes us aware of human possibilities, and confronts us with the awareness that our present culture is neither the only way, nor perhaps the best way, that human beings have lived.

 A major in history provides broad preparation for careers in teaching and business, as well as for professional training in law, journalism, management, and university teaching. But most importantly, history helps to develop a breadth of vision, a capability for critical thinking, and a fundamental understanding of human society permitting a person to grow and adapt to the changing career opportunities in the modern world.
 
 

MAJOR/EMPHASES

HISTORY (BA/BS)

If courses in the major are used to satisfy General Education requirements and Letters and Sciences requirements, 6 additional elective units would be available.

MAJOR - 36 UNITS
 1.   INTRODUCTORY  LEVEL  (100s-200s, excluding HISTRY 200):  SELECT 9-12  UNITS
 2.   METHODS  COURSE:  HISTRY 200
 3.  UPPER  LEVEL  (300s-400s): SELECT 18-21  UNITS
 4.   SENIOR  SEMINAR:  HISTRY  499
 5.  THE  COURSES  CHOSEN  TO  COMPLETE  REQUIREMENTS #1 AND  #3  MUST SATISFY  THE FOLLOWING  BREADTH  AND  DEPTH  REQUIREMENTS.
  A. CHRONOLOGICAL  BREADTH.  SELECT  AT  LEAST  6  UNITS  OF  PRE-MODERN  HISTORY.  HISTRY 124,  HISTRY 130,  HISTRY 154,  HISTRY 300,  HISTRY 301,  HISTRY 302,  HISTRY 304,  HISTRY 313,  HISTRY 316,  HISTRY 324,  HISTRY 333,  HISTRY 342,  HISTRY 351,  HISTRY 355,  HISTRY 360, HISTRY 371,  HISTRY 380, HISTRY 425,  HISTRY 451  AND  HISTRY 452
  B. DEPTH.  SELECT  AT  LEAST  12  UNITS  FROM  ONE  OF  THE  FOLLOWING  GROUPS.
   1. EUROPEAN  HISTORY:  HISTRY 154,  HISTRY 155,  HISTRY 333,  HISTRY 351,  HISTRY 352,  HISTRY 355,  HISTRY 360, HISTRY 367,  HISTRY 371,  HISTRY 372,  HISTRY 375,  HISTRY 380,  HISTRY 381,  HISTRY 451,  HISTRY 452,  OR  HISTRY 460
   2. AFRICAN, ASIAN, LATIN AMERICAN  OR  MIDDLE  EASTERN  HISTORY: HISTRY 130,  HISTRY 131,  HISTRY 340, HISTRY 342,  HISTRY 343,  HISTRY 346,  HISTRY 347,  HISTRY 360, HISTRY 432,  HISTRY  433  AND  HISTRY 434
   3. US  HISTORY:  HISTRY 1124,  HISTRY 125,  HISTRY 141,  HISTRY 190,  HISTRY 300,  HISTRY 301,  HISTRY 302,  HISTRY 304,  HISTRY 305,  HISTRY 306,  HISTRY 307,  HISTRY 311,  HISTRY 313,  HISTRY 314,  HISTRY 316,  HISTRY 317,  HISTRY 324,  HISTRY 362,  HISTRY 390,  HISTRY 394,  HISTRY 401,  HISTRY 403, HISTRY 425 AND CHICANO 310
   4. INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED THEMATIC CONCENTRATION. REQUIRES HISTORY DEPARTMENT APPROVAL.
  C. GEOGRAPHICAL/THEMATIC BREADTH SELECT AT LEAST 3 UNITS IN EACH OF THE THREE AREAS NOT CHOSEN FOR THE DEPTH REQUIREMENT.
   1. EUROPEAN HISTORY: HISTRY 154, HISTRY 155, HISTRY 333, HISTRY 351, HISTRY 352, HISTRY 355, HISTRY 360, HISTRY 367, HISTRY 371, HISTRY 372, HISTRY 375, HISTRY 380, HISTRY 381, HISTRY 451, HISTRY 452, OR HISTRY 460
   2. AFRICAN, ASIAN, LATIN AMERICAN, OR MIDDLE EASTERN HISTORY: HISTRY 130, HISTRY 131, HISTRY 340, HISTRY 342, HISTRY 343, HISTRY 346, HISTRY 347, HISTRY 360, HISTRY 432, HISTRY 433, AND HISTRY 434
   3. U.S. HISTORY: HISTRY 124, HISTRY 125, HISTRY 141, HISTRY 190, HISTRY 300, HISTRY 301, HISTRY 302, HISTRY 304, HISTRY 305, HISTRY 306, HISTRY 307, HISTRY 311, HISTRY 313, HISTRY 314, HISTRY 316, HISTRY 317, HISTRY 324, HISTRY 362, HISTRY 390, HISTRY 394, HISTRY 401, HISTRY 403, HISTRY 425 AND CHICANO 310
   4. GLOBAL/COMPARATIVE HISTORY: HISTRY 190, HISTRY 326, HISTRY 333, HISTRY 335, HISTRY 360, HISTRY 367, HISTRY 455*, HISTRY 493
*Depending on the term's offering, this course may fulfill other geographic breadth requirements for the major.

UNIQUE REQUIREMENT (5-6 CR)
1. ARTS  OR  LITERATURE:  SELECT 2-3  UNITS  FROM  COURSES:  ARTHIST 201,  ARTHIST 202,  ARTHIST 305,  ARTHIST 311 THRU  319; MUSC 140,  MUSC 143,  MUSC 144,  MUSC 244 THRU  247; THEATRE 100,  THEATRE 110;  ENGLISH 200 THRU 265
2. SOCIAL  SCIENCES:  SELECT  3 UNITS  FROM COURSES: ECON 211,  ECON 212,  ECON 213, GEOGRPHY 230, POLISCI 250,  POLISCI 217,  POLISCI 247, ANTHROPL 110,  ANTHROPL 218
AN APPROVED MINOR IS REQUIRED FOR THIS MAJOR

HONORS  IN  HISTORY:  Students must file an application for Honors in History with the Department Chairperson during the first term of their Senior year. Honors in History can be earned by completing the following:
 a. 3.5 or above GPA in the History major
 b. Minimum of 3 History units at the 400 level (in addition to HISTRY 499)
 

HISTORY (BSE)

LICENSURE - 40-43 UNITS

     1.   C&I SECNDED 466
     2.   EDFOUND 243 OR EDFOUND 445
     3.   SELECT 2 UNITS FROM C&I CIFLD 210
     4.   STUDENT TEACHING
        a. SELECT 2 OR 12 UNITS FROM C&I CIFLD 412
        b. SELECT 2 OR 12 UNITS FROM C&I CIFLD 414
     5.   C&I SECNDED 430
     6.   GEOGRPY 252 (GS) OR BIOLOGY 214 (GM) RLS
     7.   ECON 213 OR ECON 324 RLS
     8.   EDFOUND 212 AND EDFOUND 425
     9.   SELECT 3 UNITS FROM COURSE C&I CIFLD 492
    10.   SELECT 3 UNITS FROM EDUINDP 496
MAJOR - 36 UNITS
  1.   US HISTORY
  A. EARLY  US  HISTORY.  SELECT 6 UNITS  HISTRY 124,  HISTRY 300,  HISTRY 301,  HISTRY 302,  HISTRY 304,  HISTRY 313,  HISTRY 316, HISTRY 324 AND HISTRY 425
  B. MODERN  US  HISTORY.  SELECT  6  UNITS  HISTRY 125,  HISTRY 141,  HISTRY 190,  HISTRY 305,  HISTRY 306,  HISTRY 307,  HISTRY 314,  HISTRY 317,  HISTRY 324,  HISTRY 362,  HISTRY 390,  HISTRY 394,  HISTRY 401, HISTRY 425  AND  CHICANO  310
 2.   EUROPEAN HISTORY
         A. EARLY  EUROPEAN  HISTORY.  SELECT  3-6  UNITS  HISTRY 154,  HISTRY 355,  HISTRY 360, HISTRY 371,  HISTRY 380,  HISTRY 451  AND  HISTRY 452
  B. MODERN  EUROPEAN  HISTORY.  SELECT  3-6  UNITS  HISTRY 155,  HISTRY 333,  HISTRY 351,  HISTRY 352,  HISTRY 360, HISTRY 367,  HISTRY 372,  HISTRY 375,  HISTRY 381  AND  HISTRY 460
 3.   AFRICAN, ASIAN, LATIN AMERICAN, OR MIDDLE     EASTERN HISTORY
         SELECT  3-6  UNITS  HISTRY 130,  HISTRY 131,  HISTRY 340,  HISTRY 342, HISTRY 343,  HISTRY 346,  HISTRY 347,  HISTRY 360, HISTRY 432,  HISTRY 433  AND  HISTRY  434
 4.   COMPARATIVE  AND  GLOBAL  HISTORY.
  SELECT 0-6 UNITS  HISTRY 190, HISTRY 326,  HISTRY 333,  HISTRY 335,  HISTRY 360, HISTRY 367,  HISTRY 455*  AND  HISTRY 493
 5.   METHODS  COURSES.  HISTRY 200  AND  HISTRY 499
 6. A  MAXIMUM  OF  15  UNITS  IN  100  LEVEL  COURSES  MAY  COUNT TOWARDS  THE  MAJOR.
 

* Depending on the term's offering, this course may fulfill other geographic breadth requirements for the major.

UNIQUE REQUIREMENT (5 - 6 UNITS)
 1.   ECON 211 OR ECON 212 OR ECON 213 RLS
 2. SELECT 2 - 3 UNITS  FROM COURSES
         ARTHIST 201, ARTHIST 202, ARTHIST 305, ARTHIST 308, ARTHIST 310 THRU 319, MUSC 140, MUSC 141, MUSC 143, MUSC 144, AND THEATRE 110
AN APPROVED MINOR IS REQUIRED FOR THIS MAJOR
 

HISTORY  WITH  SOCIAL  STUDIES  EMPHASIS  (BSE)*

    An interdisciplinary social studies major designed to equip the secondary teacher to teach history and the interdisciplinary social studies courses.

    LICENSURE - 42-43 UNITS

     1.   EDFOUND 212, EDFOUND 425 AND C&I SECNDED 466
     2.   EDFOUND 243 OR EDFOUND 445
     3.   SELECT 2 UNITS FROM C&I CIFLD 210
     4.   STUDENT TEACHING
        a. SELECT 2 OR 12 UNITS FROM C&I CIFLD 412
        b. SELECT 2 OR 12 UNITS FROM C&I CIFLD 414
     5.   C&I SECNDED 430
     6.   GEOGRPY 252 (GS) OR BIOLOGY 214 (GM) RLS
     7.   ECON 213 OR ECON 324 RLS
     8.   SELECT 3 UNITS FROM COURSE C&I CIFLD 492
     9.   SELECT 3 UNITS FROM EDUINDP 496

    MAJOR - 57 UNITS

     1.   U.S. HISTORY
     a. EARLY U.S. HISTORY, SELECT 6 UNITS FROM HISTRY 124, HISTRY 300, HISTRY 301, HISTRY 302, HISTRY 304, HISTRY 313, HISTRY 316, HISTRY 324 AND HISTRY 425
     b. MODERN U.S. HISTORY, SELECT 6 UNITS  FROM HISTRY 125, HISTRY 141, HSITRY 190, HISTRY 305, HISTRY 306, HISTRY 307, HISTRY 314, HISTRY 317, HISTRY 324, HISTRY 362, HISTYR 390, HISTRY 394, HISTRY 401, HISTRY 425, AND CHICANO 310
     2.   EUROPEAN HISTORY
            a. EARLY  EUROPEAN HISTORY, SELECT 3-6 UNITS FROM HISTRY 154, HISTRY 355, HISTRY 371, HISTRY 360, HISTRY 380, HISTRY 451, AND HISTRY 452
     b. MODERN EUROPEAN HISTORY, SELECT 3-6 UNITS FROM HISTRY 155, HISTRY 333, HISTRY 351, HISTRY 352, HISTRY 360, HISTRY 367, HISTRY 372, HISTRY 375, HISTRY 381, AND HISTRY 460
     3.   AFRICAN, ASIAN, LATIN AMERICAN, OR MIDDLE     EASTERN HISTORY, SELECT 3-6 UNITS FROM  HISTRY 130, HISTRY 131, HISTRY 340, HISTRY 342,       HISTRY 343, HISTRY 346, HISTRY 347, HISTRY 360, HISTRY 432, HISTRY 433, AND HISTRY 434
     4.  COMPARATIVE AND GLOBAL HISTORY, SELECT 0-6 UNITS FROM HISTRY 190, HISTRY 326, HISTRY 333, HISTRY 335, HISTRY 360, HISTRY 367, HISTRY 455*, AND HISTRY 493
     5.      HISTRY 200 AND HISTRY 499
     6.       A MAXIMUM OF 15 UNITS IN 100 LEVEL HISTORY COURSES MAY COUNT TOWARDS TEH MAJOR
     7.   SELECT 9-12 UNITS FROM TWO OF THE FOLLOWING DEPARTMENTS FOR A TOTAL OF 21 UNITS
     a. SELECT 9-12 UNITS FROM GEOGRAPHY DEPT EXCLUDING COURSES GEOGRPY 210, GEOGRPY 300, GEOGRPY 310, GEOGRPY 320, GEOGRPY323, GEOGRPY 330, AND GEOGRPY 450. AT LEAST 3 UNITS MUST BE CHOSEN FROM GEOGRPY 230, GEOGRPY 250, GEOGRPY 252
     b. SELECT 9-12 UNITS FROM POLITICAL SCIENCE DEPT. AT LEAST 3 UNITS MUST BE CHOSEN FROM COURSES POLISCI 141 OR POLISCI 250
     c. SELECT 9-12 UNITS FROM ECONOMICS DEPT EXCLUDING ECON 245 AND ECON 345. AT LEAST 3 UNITS MUST BE CHOSEN FROM COURSES ECON 211 OR ECON 213
     d. SELECT 9-12 UNITS FROM PSYCHOLOGY DEPT EXCLUDING PSYCH 215. AT LEAST 3 UNITS MUST BE CHOSEN FROM COURSES PSYCH 104, PSYCH 202 OR PSYCH 211
     e. SELECT 9-12 UNITS FROM SOCIOLOGY DEPT. AT LEAST 3 UNITS MUST BE CHOSEN FROM COURSES HISTRY 140 OR HISTRY 250

    UNIQUE REQUIREMENT (5 - 6 UNITS)

     1.   ECON 211 OR ECON 212 OR ECON 213 RLS
     2.   SELECT 2 - 3 UNITS FROM COURSES
             ARTSTDIO 215, ARTHIST 111, ARTHIST 201,
             ARTHIST 202 AND MUSC 140

    * Depending on the term's offering, this course may fulfill other geographic breadth requirements for the major.

     

    SOCIAL   STUDIES   WITH  HISTORY   EMPHASIS (BSE)*

     
    An interdisciplinary social studies major designed to equip the secondary teacher to teach history and the interdisciplinary social studies courses.

    LICENSURE - 42-43 UNITS

     1.   C&I SECNDED 466
     2.   EDFOUND 243 OR EDFOUND 445
     3.   SELECT 2 UNITS FROM C&I CIFLD 210
     4.   STUDENT TEACHING
        a. SELECT 2 OR 12 UNITS FROM C&I CIFLD 412
        b. SELECT 2 OR 12 UNITS FROM C&I CIFLD 414
     5.   C&I SECNDED 430
     6.   GEOGRPY 252 (GS) OR BIOLOGY 214 (GM) RLS
     7.   ECON 213 OR ECON 324 RLS
     8.   EDFOUND 212 AND EDFOUND 425
     9.   SELECT 3 UNITS FROM COURSE C&I CIFLD 492
    10.   SELECT 3 UNITS FROM EDUINDP 496

    MAJOR - 60 UNITS

     1.   U.S. HISTORY
     a. EARLY U.S. HISTORY, SELECT 3-6 UNITS FROM HISTRY 124, HISTRY 300, HISTRY 301, HISTRY 302, HISTRY 304, HISTRY 316, HISTRY 324, AND HISTRY 425
     b. MODERN U.S. HISTORY, SELECT 3-6 UNITS FROM HISTRY 125, HISTRY 141, HISTRY 305, HISTRY 306, HISTRY 307, HISTRY 315, HISTRY 317, HISTRY 324, HISTRY 362, HISTRY 390, HISTRY 394, HISTRY 401, HISTRY 425, AND CHICANO 310
     2.   EUROPEAN HISTORY
     a. EARLY EUROPEAN HISTRY, SELECT 3-6 UNITS FROM HISTRY 154, HISTRY 355, HISTRY 360, HISTRY 371, HISTRY 380, HISTRY 451, AND HISTRY 452
     b. MODERN EUROPEAN HISTORY, SELECT 3-6 UNITS FROM HISTRY 155, HISTRY 333, HISTRY 351, HISTRY 352, HISTRY 360, HISTRY 367, HISTRY 372, HISTRY 375, HISTRY 381, AND HISTRY 460
     3.   AFRICAN, ASIAN, LATIN AMERICAN, OR MIDDLE     EASTERN HISTORY, SELECT 3-6 UNITS FROM HISTRY 130, HISTRY 131, HISTRY 340, HISTRY 342, HISTRY 343, HISTRY 346, HISTRY 347, HISTRY 360, HISTRY 432, HISTRY 433, AND HISTRY 434
     4.   COMPARATIVE AND GLOBAL HISTORY, SELECT 0-3 UNITS FROM HISTRY 190, HISTRY 326, HISTRY 333, HISTRY 335, HISTRY 360, HISTRY 367, HISTRY 455*, AND HISTRY 493
     5. HISTRY 200
     6. A MAXIMUM OF 12 UNITS IN 100 LEVEL COURSES IN HISTORY MAY COUNT TOWARDS THE MAJOR
     SELECT 33 UNITS FROM FIVE SOCIAL SCIENCE DISCIPLINES, DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS:
     7. SELECT 6 UNITS FROM EACH OF THE FOLLOWING DEPARTMENTS:
     a. GEOGRAPHY, EXCLUDING COURSES GEOGRPY 210, GEOGRPY 300, GEOGRPY 310, GEOGRPY 320, GEOGRPY 323, GEOGRPY 330, AND GEOGRPY 450. AT LEAST 3 UNITS MUST BE CHOSEN FROM COURSES GEOGRPY-ECON, GEOGRPY 250, GEOGRPY 252
     b. POLITICAL SCIENCE, AT LEAST 3 UNITS MUST BE CHOSEN FROM COURSES POLISCI 141 OR POLISCIE 250
     c. ECONOMICS, EXCLUDING COURSES ECON 245 AND CEON 345. AT LEAST 3 UNITS MUST BE CHOSEN FROM ECON 211 OR ECON 213
     d. PSYCHOLOGY, EXCLUDING PSYCH 215. AT LEAST 3 UNITS MUST BE CHOSEN FROM COURSES PSYCH 104, PSYCH 202, OR PSYCH 211
     e. SOCIOLOGY, AT LEAST 3 UNITS MUST BE CHOSEN FROM COURSES SOCIOLGY 140 OR SOCIOLGY 250
     8. SELECT 3 ADDITIONAL ELECTIVE UNITS FROM THE DEPARTMENTS OF GEOGRAPHY, POLITICAL SCIENCE, ECONOMICS, PSYCHOLOGY OR SOCIOLOGY

    UNIQUE REQUIREMENT (5 - 6 UNITS)

     1.   ECON 211 OR ECON 212 OR ECON 213 RLS
     2.   SELECT 2 - 3 UNITS FROM COURSES
             ARTHIST 201, ARTHIST 202 ARTHIST 305, ARTHIST 308, ARTHIST 310 THRU ARTHIST 319, MUSC 140,    MUSC 141, MUSC 143, MUSC 144 AND THEATRE 110
    * Depending on the term's offering, this course may fulfill other geographic breadth requirements for the major.
*Additional Licensure Requirement:
Wisconsin law requires that persons seeking licensure to teach history or other social studies have instruction in cooperatives and conservation. The requirement in respect to cooperatives may be met by completion of Economics 230-213, Economic Principles for Secondary Teachers, or Economics 230-324, Cooperatives. The requirement for instruction in conservation may be met by the completion of Geography 722-252, Human Environmental Problems, or Biology 630-214, Ecology and Man.

 History licensure for holders of Social Studies (701) license: 15 credits of upper level (300 or 400) or graduate (500, 600, or 700) history courses distributed as follows: 6 credits of U.S. History, 6 credits of European History, and 3 credits of African, Asian, Latin American or Middle-Eastern History. All 15 credits must have been completed within 5 calendar years of the date the additional licensure is requested. Some of the courses listed above may have prerequisites which must be taken beyond the specified 15 credits.

MINOR/EMPHASES

HISTORY

    MINOR - 24 UNITS
     1.   INTRODUCTORY  LEVEL (100s-200s): SELECT  6-9  UNITS
     2.   UPPER  LEVEL  (300s-400s): SELECT  12-15 UNITS
     3.   MEET  THE  FOLLOWING  BREADTH  REQUIREMENTS:
      A. CHRONOLOGICAL  BREADTH.  SELECT  AT  LEAST  3 UNITS  OF  PRE-MODERN  HISTORY.  HISTRY 124,  HISTRY 130,  HISTRY 154,  HISTRY 300,  HISTRY 301,  HISTRY 302,  HISTRY 304,  HISTRY 313,  HISTRY 316,  HISTRY 324,  HISTRY 333, HISTRY 342,  HISTRY 351,  HISTRY 355,  HISTRY 360, HISTRY 371,  HISTRY 380, HISTRY 425,  HISTRY 451,  AND HISTRY 452
      B. GEOGRAPHICAL/THEMATIC  BREADTH.  SELECT  AT  LEAST  3  UNITS  IN  EACH  OF  THE  FOLLOWING  AREAS.
       1. EUROPEAN  HISTORY:  HISTRY 154,  HISTRY 155,  HISTRY 333,  HISTRY 351, HISTRY 352,  HISTRY 355, HISTRY 360, HISTRY 367,  HISTRY 371,  HISTRY 372,  HISTRY 375,  HISTRY 380,  HISTRY 381,  HISTRY 451,  HISTRY 452  OR  HISTRY 460
       2. AFRICAN,  ASIAN,  LATIN  AMERICAN,  OR  MIDDLE  EASTERN  HISTORY:  HISTRY 130,  HISTRY 131,  HISTRY 340,  HISTRY 342,  HISTRY 343,  HISTRY 346,  HISTRY 347,  HISTRY 360, HISTRY 432,  HISTRY 433,  AND  HISTRY 434
       3. US  HISTORY:  HISTRY 124,  HISTRY 125,  HISTRY 141,  HISTRY 190,  HISTRY 300,  HISTRY 301,  HISTRY 302,  HISTRY 304,  HISTRY 305,  HISTRY 306,  HISTRY 307,  HISTRY 311,  HISTRY 313,  HISTRY 314,  HISTRY 316,  HISTRY 317,  HISTRY 324,  HISTRY 362,  HISTRY 390,  HISTRY 394,  HISTRY 401,  HISTRY 403, HISTRY 425  AND  CHICANO 310
       4. GLOBAL/COMPARATIVE:  HISTRY 190,  HISTRY 200,  HISTRY 326,  HISTRY 333,  HISTRY 335, HISTRY 360,  HISTRY 367,  HISTRY 455*  AND  HISTRY 493
    * Depending on the term's offering , this course may fulfill other geographic breadth requirements for the major.

HISTORY ELEMENTARY EDUCATION EMPHASIS

MINOR - 23 UNITS

 1.   U.S. HISTORY
         A. EARLY  US  HISTORY.  SELECT 3-6 UNITS  HISTRY 124,  HISTRY 300,  HISTRY 301,  HISTRY 302, HISTRY  304,  HISTRY 316,  HISTRY 324 AND HISTRY 425
  B. MODERN  US  HISTORY.  SELECT 3-6  UNITS  HISTRY 125,  HISTRY 141,  HISTRY  305,  HISTRY 306,  HISTRY 307,  HISTRY 315,  HISTRY 317,  HISTRY 324,  HISTRY 362,  HISTRY 390,  HISTRY 394,  HISTRY 401, HISTRY 425  AND  CHICANO 310
  C. WISCONSIN HISTORY.  HISTRY 311
 2.   EUROPEAN HISTORY
         A. EARLY  EUROPEAN  HISTORY.  SELECT 3  UNITS  HISTRY 154,  HISTRY 355,  HISTRY 360, HISTRY 371,  HISTRY 380,  HISTRY 451  AND  HISTRY 452
  B. MODERN  EUROPEAN  HISTRY.  SELECT 3-6  UNITS  HISTRY 155,  HISTRY 333,  HISTRY 351,  HISTRY 352, HISTRY 360,  HISTRY 367,  HISTRY 372,  HISTRY 375,  HISTRY 381  AND HISTRY 460
 3.   AFRICAN, ASIAN, LATIN AMERICAN, OR MIDDLE
      EASTERN HISTORY
          SELECT 3-6 UNITS  HISTRY 130,  HISTRY 131,  HISTRY 340,  HISTRY 342,  HISTRY 343,  HISTRY 346,  HISTRY 347, HISTRY 360,   HISTRY 432,  HISTRY 433  AND  HISTRY 434
 4.  COMPARATIVE  AND  GLOBAL HISTORY
  SELECT 0-3 UNITS HISTRY 190,  HISTRY 326,  HISTRY 333,  HISTRY 335,  HISTRY 360, HISTRY 367,  HISTRY 455*  AND HISTRY 493

A  MAXIMUM  OF 12  UNITS  IN 100  LEVEL  COURSES MAY  COUNT  TOWARDS  THE  MINOR.

    * Depending on the term's offering, this course may fulfill other geographic breadth requirements for the major.

HISTORY    PUBLIC  HISTORY EMPHASIS


MINOR - 24  UNITS
  1. SELECT  3-9  UNITS  IN EARLY  US  HISTORY:
  HISTRY 124,  HISTRY 300,  HISTRY 301,  HISTRY 302,  HISTRY  304,  HISTRY  313,  HISTRY  316,  HISTRY 403, HISTRY 425
 2. SELECT  3-9  UNITS  IN  MODERN  US  HISTORY:
  HISTRY 125,  HISTRY 141,  HISTRY 190,  HISTRY 305,  HISTRY 307,  HISTRY 311,  HISTRY 314,  HISTRY 317,  HISTRY 324,  HISTRY 362,  HISTRY 390,  HISTRY 394,  HISTRY 401, HISTRY 425 AND CHICANO 310
 3. SELECT  AT  LEAST  3 UNITS  IN EUROPEAN  HISTORY:
  HISTRY 154, HISTRY 155,  HISTRY 333,  HISTRY 351,  HISTRY 352,  HISTRY 355,  HISTRY 360, HISTRY 367,  HISTRY 371,  HISTRY 372,  HISTRY 375,  HISTRY 380,  HISTRY 381, HISTRY 451,  HISTRY 452,  OR  HISTRY 460
 4. SELECT  AT  LEAST 3  UNITS  IN  AFRICAN,  ASIAN,  LATIN  AMERICAN  OR  MIDDLE EASTERN  HISTORY:  HISTRY 130,  HISTRY 131,  HISTRY 326,  HISTRY  340,  HISTRY 342,  HISTRY 343,  HISTRY 346,  HISTRY 347,  HISTRY 360, HISTRY 432  AND  HISTRY 433
 5. APPLIED  HISTORY:  HISTRY 493
 6. SELECT  AT  LEAST  3  UNITS  FROM  THE  FOLLOWING  APPLICATIONS  METHODS  ELECTIVES:
  A. LIBMEDIA 350,  LIBMEDIA  434
  B. JOURNLSM 220,  SPEECH 202, SPEECH  238
  C. GEOGRPY 344
  D. POLISCI 320,  POLISCI 440
  E. BSEDCNA 353
  F. ARTHIST 201,  ARTHIST 202,  ARTHIST 305,  ARTHIST 316,  ARTHIST 317,  ARTHIST 318,  ARTHIST 319
 

HISTORY SECONDARY EDUCATION EMPHASIS

MINOR - 24 UNITS

      1.  U.S. HISTORY
             A. EARLY  US  HISTORY.  SELECT  3-6  UNITS  HISTRY 124, HISTRY 300, HISTRY 301, HISTRY 302, HISTRY 304, HISTRY 316  AND  HISTRY 324 AND HISTRY 425
      B. MODERN US  HISTORY.  SELECT 3-6  UNITS  HISTRY 125,  HISTRY 141, HISTRY 305,  HISTRY 306,  HISTRY 307,  HISTRY 315,  HISTRY 317,  HISTRY 324,  HISTRY 362, HISTRY 390,  HISTRY 394,  HISTRY 401, HISTRY 425  AND  CHICANO 310
     2.   EUROPEAN HISTORY
             A. EARLY  EUROPEAN  HISTORY.  SELECT 3  UNITS HISTRY 154,  HISTRY 355,  HISTRY 360,  HISTRY 371,  HISTRY 380,  HISTRY 451,  AND  HISTRY 452
      B. MODERN  EUROPEAN  HISTORY.  SELECT 3-6  UNITS  HISTRY 155,  HISTRY 333, HISTRY 351,  HISTRY 352,  HISTRY 360, HISTRY  367,  HISTRY  372,  HISTRY 375,  HISTRY 381,  AND  HISTRY 460
     3.   AFRICAN, ASIAN, LATIN AMERICAN, OR MIDDLE
          EASTERN HISTORY
              SELECT 3-6 UNITS  HISTRY 130,  HISTRY 131,  HISTRY 340,  HISTRY 342,  HISTRY 343,  HISTRY 346,  HISTRY 347, HISTRY 360,   HISTRY 432,  HISTRY 433  AND  HISTRY 434
     4.  COMPARATIVE  AND  GLOBAL  HISTORY.
      SELECT  0-3  UNITS  HISTRY 190,  HISTRY 200,  HISTRY 326,  HISTRY 333,  HISTRY 335,  HISTRY 360,  HISTRY 367,  HISTRY 455*  AND HISTRY 493
     5. A MAXIMUM  OF 12  UNITS  IN 100  LEVEL  COURSES  MAY  COUNT  TOWARDS  THE  MINOR.
    * Depending on the term's offering, this course may fulfill other geographic breadth requirements for the major.
Social Studies minor in elementary education curriculum: See L&S Interdepartmental section.
 
 
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