Support your major with a minor in History! Studying history will deepen your understanding of the world and our own society. Whatever your interests, be they politics, social movements, music, the arts, medicine, criminal justice, social work, technology--you name it!-- the study of history will place your specialized study in a wider context. Along the way, you'll also improve your analytical and writing skills, develop historical empathy, become a better researcher, and communicate complex ideas in accessible ways.
You'll complete the minor with 18 credits (6 classes) of study: One US survey (HIS 2010, HIS 2020, or HIS 3600), one World history (HIS 1500G, HIS 2560, HIS 3555), and 12 further credits, 9 of which must be at the 3000-level. One of the following Gen Ed courses can count toward the minor: HIS 1521G, HIS 1522G, HIS 1523G, HIS 1525G, and HIS 1526G.
Completion time: 18 Credit Hours
|International Studies in History||Option (Undergrad)|
|United States History||Concentration (Grad)|
|Modern World History||Concentration (Grad)|
|History with the Online Option for Teachers||Option (Grad)|
|Premodern World History||Concentration (Grad)|