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B.A. in History

Freshman

Fall

EN 101 Composition and Literature I (3 credits)
HI 100 or higher 1
Modern Language 111 (6 credits)
PO 105 American Politics (General Education Social Science ) (2-3 credits)

Semester Total Credits: 15

Spring

EN 102 Composition and Literature II (3 credits)
HI 121 American History Survey I or 122American History Survey II (General Education History ) (2-3 credits)
Modern Language 112 (6 credits)
Free Elective (3 credits)

Semester Total Credits: 15

Sophomore

Fall

EN 201 World Literature I (BA Requirement) (3 credits)
General Education Arts & Humanities (3 credits)
General Education Math (3 credits)
HI 200-level or higher (3 credits)
HI 209 Historical Methods (2-3 credits)

Semester Total Credits: 15

Spring

BA Arts & Humanities (3 credits)
EN 202 World Literature II (BA Requirement) (3 credits)
General Education Math (3 credits)
HI 200-level or Higher (3 credits)
PO 202 Introduction to Comparative Politics (2-3 credits)

Semester Total Credits: 15

Junior

Fall

EC 201 Principles of Economics (Macro) (3 credits)
HI Colloquium (3 credits)
HI Distribution Elective (3 credits)
General Education Ethics (3 credits)
General Education Lab Science (4 credits)

Semester Total Credits: 16

Spring

General Education Lab Science (4 credits)
General Education Literature (3 credits)
HI Distribution Elective (3 credits)
HI Distribution Elective (3 credits)
Free Elective (3 credits)

Semester Total Credits: 16

Senior

Fall

HI Distribution Elective (3 credits)
HI 43X Course (Capstone) (3 credits)
Free Elective (3 credits)
Free Elective (3 credits)
Free Elective (3 credits)

Semester Total Credits: 15

Spring

HI Upper Level Elective (3 credits)
Free Elective (3 credits)
Free Elective (3 credits)
Free Elective (3 credits)
Free Elective (3 credits)

Semester Total Credits: 15

Total Credits For This Major: 122

Meet Our History Faculty

  • Christine McCann

    Christine McCann

    “History is endlessly fascinating.  To try to understand people who lived a long time ago, and who thought about the world in ways very different from us, is a great challenge and privilege.” Read More
  • Steven E. Sodergren

    Steven E. Sodergren

    “History is full of great stories, and in my classes students get to share their own stories about the past while learning about those people and events that have made us who we are.” Read More
  • Rowland M. Brucken

    Rowland M. Brucken

    “Baseball has such rich history. I couldn’t imagine teaching a course on the history of football that brings in so many cultural, economic, foreign policy, political, race, class, and gender aspects as baseball does.” Read More
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