Undergraduate Catalog 2019-2020

History B.A., Public History Concentration

Degree Requirements

Core Areas A-E

Satisfactorily complete core Areas A-E, as listed in the Core Curriculum section of this catalog.

Total Credit Hours:42

Core Area F

Introductory History Courses

Satisfactorily complete each of the following courses. HIST 1132 may be taken as part of Area E rather than Area F.

HIST 1131World Civilization & Soc I

3

HIST 1132World Civilization & Soc II

3

HIST 2111The United States to 1877

3

HIST 2112The United States Since 1877

3

Total Credit Hours:9-12

Additional Coursework

Satisfactorily complete 6 hours from the following courses:

ANTH 1102Introduction to Anthropology

3

CSCI 1000Intro to Computer Sci & Appl

3

ECON 2105Principles of Macroeconomics

3

ECON 2106Principles of Microeconomics

3

FREN 1002Intro French Lang & Culture II

3

FREN 2001Interm Fren Lang & Culture I

3

GEOG 1101Intro to Human Geography

3

GEOG 1102World Regional Geography

3

GRMN 1002Intro German Lang & Culture II

3

GRMN 2001Inter German Lang & Culture I

3

ITAL 1002Intro Ital Lang & Culture II

3

ITAL 2001Interm Ital Lang & Culture I

3

MATH 2600Probability and Statistics

3

POLS 2101Intro to Political Science

3

POLS 2201State & Local Government

3

POLS 2350Intro to the Law

3

POLS 2401Intro to Intl Relations

3

PSYC 1101Intro to General Psychology

3

PSYC 2101Intro to the Psy of Adjustment

3

PSYC 2200Psychology of Gender

3

SPAN 1002Intro Span Lang & Culture II

3

SPAN 2001Interm Span Lang & Culture I

3

SOCI 1121Sociological Perspectives

3

Total Credit Hours:6

Foreign Language Requirement

Satisfactorily complete one of the following courses:

FREN 2002Interm Fren Lang & Culture II

3

GRMN 2002Inter German Lang & Culture II

3

ITAL 2002Interm Ital Lang & Culture II

3

SPAN 2002Interm Span Lang & Culture II

3

Total Credit Hours:3

Major Requirements

Research Course

Satisfactorily complete the following course. Students should take HIST 3001, Historical Research and Writing, by the end of their second semester, sophomore year. Students may take two upper division courses before taking HIST 3001, but are advised to avoid taking upper division courses until HIST 3001 is taken.

HIST 3001Historical Research & Writing

3

Total Credit Hours:3

European/English History

Satisfactorily complete 6 hours from the following courses:

HIST 3301England to 1660

3

HIST 3305England Since 1660

3

HIST 4110Classical Greece

3

HIST 4120Classical Rome

3

HIST 4130The Middle Ages

3

HIST 4155Early Modern Europe

3

HIST 4170Women in Early Mod Europe

3

HIST 4210French Revolution & Napoleon

3

HIST 4230Modern France

3

HIST 4245Modern Germany

3

HIST 4250Twentieth Century Russia

3

HIST 4280Int'ual & Cult His of Eur 1550

3

HIST 4285Int & Clt His of Eur Since1550

3

HIST 4310Tudor England

3

HIST 4315Stuart England

3

HIST 4335Modern Britain

3

HIST 4360Cul His of Wales, Scotlnd, Ire

3

HIST 4380Brit Emp & Cmnwlth of Nations

3

HIST 4950Special Topics

1 - 4

Total Credit Hours:6

World History

Satisfactorily complete 6 hours from the following courses:

HIST 4380Brit Emp & Cmnwlth of Nations

3

HIST 4700Conquest of Latin America

3

HIST 4710Modern Middle East

3

HIST 4950Special Topics

1 - 4

Total Credit Hours:6

Public History

Satisfactorily complete HIST 4020, HIST 4960, and one of the remaining courses:

HIST 4020Public History

3

HIST 4960Internship

1 - 15

HIST 4010Local History

3

HIST 4015Historic Architecture Preserva

3

HIST 4025Archival, Theory & Issues

3

HIST 4035Intro to Museums & Hist Org

3

HIST 4040Historic Site Interpretation

3

Senior Capstone

Satisfactorily complete the following course.  Senior Thesis will be taken as a scheduled cohort experience as the course HIST 4970. Eligible students will be admitted to the course following consultation with the instructor and the approval of a prospectus for the thesis which has been submitted to the instructor.  Students will not be allowed to complete Senior Thesis until the first or second semester of their senior year. Students may also fulfill the Senior Capstone requirement by participating in a pre-approved and sanctioned study abroad course.

HIST 4970Senior Thesis

1 - 3

Total Credit Hours:3

Electives

Total Credit Hours:30-33

Additional Degree Requirements

Satisfactorily complete all graduation requirements listed in the academic policies section of this catalog.

Earn a grade of C or higher in all HIST courses.

A digital portfolio of papers and personal reflection on the program of study to include Senior Thesis to be completed as part of HIST 4970 Senior Thesis class. (May be presented as an electronic or digital platform. See department chair for details.)

Total Credit Hours: 120