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2019-20 Catalog 
    
2019-20 Catalog

History: Race and Ethnicity, B.S.


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This major is administered by the Department of History and International Studies .

 

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 42-43 credits.

200-Level Courses, 9 credits


Credits must be distributed according to the following guidelines:

300-Level Social Science Courses, 3 credits


Choose 3 credits in a 300-level Social Science course in one of the following disciplines: Anthropology, Economics, Human Geography, Political Science, Psychology, or Sociology.

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 courses listed:

Note


* when taught with an appropriate subtitle

Additional 300-Level Courses, 6 credits


Take additional 6 credits from any of the 300-level courses (from 300-level courses under Global or Comparative Courses, Regional  Courses, or U.S. Courses listed above).

Communication in the Major


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