Minor in History

Students majoring in another field may minor in history by completing one of the following interest subjects:

    1. Minor Interest Subject (General History) (21 credits)
      1. HIST 101--United States & HIST 102--United States OR
      2. HIST 105--European Civilization & HIST 106--European Civilization (6 credits)
      3. From 300-level or above--American history courses (6 credits)
      4. From 300-level or above--European history courses (6 credits)
      5. From 300-level or above--Third World history courses (3 credits)
        NOTE: One 3 credit 200-level class may be substituted for one 300-level class with approval of the history advisor.
    2. Minor Interest Subject (American History) (18 credits)
      1. HIST 101--United States & HIST 102--United States (6 credits)
      2. Twelve additional credits in American history courses numbered 200 and above (nine credits of which must be 300 and above) (12 credits)
    3. Minor Interest Subject (European History) (18 credits)
      1. HIST 105--European Civilization & HIST 106--European Civilization (6 credits)
      2. Twelve additional credits in European history courses numbered 200 and above (nine of which must be 300 and above) (12 credits)
    4. Minor Interest Subject (Third World History) (18 credits)
      1. HIST 105--European Civilization (3 credits)
      2. Fifteen additional credits from African, Latin American, Far Eastern, Middle Eastern or ancient history courses numbered 200 and above (nine of which must be 300 or above) (15 credits)
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