Jun 02, 2020
This major is administered by the Department of History .
This concentration allows you to focus on the historical influence of socially and ideologically constructed racial and ethnic groups through interdisciplinary study. Requirements follow the same general pattern as the regular history major, but you are permitted to apply 300-level courses outside of history toward the major. NOTE for teacher certification: Enrollment caps are in effect for those seeking teacher certification in history. For certification in this concentration you must take HIST 177 .
Consists of a minimum of 44 credits.
100-Level History Courses, 6 credits
200-Level History Courses, 9 credits
Credits must be distributed according to the following guidelines:
At least 3 credits from appropriate U.S. history courses:
At least 3 credits from appropriate Regional history courses:
World Language Courses, 8 credits
Complete a two-semester sequence of university entry-level world language courses (101, 102). The requirement may be fulfilled through equivalent coursework or other language acquisition as demonstrated through a test-out policy (including Native American languages and American Sign Language). If your native language is not English and you can document formal high school or university study of your native language, you may use ENGL 101 and ENGL 202 , or ENGL 150 as a means of fulfilling this world language requirement.
300- and 400-Level Courses, 15 credits
Credits must be distributed according to the following guidelines, with at least 3 credits from the 300-level history courses listed:
Global or Comparative History Courses
At least 3 credits from Global or Comparative courses:
Regional History Courses
At least 3 credits from Regional courses:
At least 3 credits from U.S. courses:
* when taught with an appropriate subtitle
Communication in the Major
Capstone Experience and Communication in the Major