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HISTORY MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (Effective, Fall 2012)

 

A. Complete the following required courses (16 hours):

_____ 121 Development of World Civilization I(3)
_____ 122 Development of World Civilization II (3)
_____ 201 History of the United States I (3)
_____ 202 History of the United States II (3)
_____ 299 History and Historians (3)
_____ 499 Senior Seminar (3)

 

B. Complete 24 Upper Division Hours:

At least 12 hours in U.S. History:

_____ 302 Introduction to Public History (3)
_____ 303 Women in American History (3)
_____ 310 American Military History (3)
_____ 331 History of Tennessee (3)*
_____ 401 Independent Study in U.S. History (3) **
_____ 403 Social and Cultural History of the U.S. (3)
_____ 404 Sex and Gender in American History (3)
_____ 434 African American History I (3)
_____ 435 African American History II (3)
_____ 444 Imperial America, 1877 to 1900 *(3)
_____ 450 Public History Internship (3-6) **
_____ 460 Topics in Diplomatic History **
_____ 461 The Colonial Period and the Revolution (3)
_____ 462 The Constitution and the Rise of the Federation (3)
_____ 463 US Foreign Relations to 1920 (3)
_____ 464 US Foreign Relations since 1920 (3)
_____ 465 History of American Thought to 1877 (3)
_____ 466 History of American Thought since 1877 (3)
_____ 467 Travel Study in U.S. History and Culture (1-3) **
_____ 480 Topics in U.S. History (3) **
_____ 494 Antebellum America, 1815-1850 (The Jacksonian Era) (3)
_____ 495 The Civil War and Reconstruction, 1850-1877 (3)
_____ 496 History of the U.S., 1900-1945 (3)
_____ 497 History of the U.S., 1945-Present (3)
_____ 498 The Sixties (3)

 

 

At least 12 hours in Ancient, European, Asian, African, Middle Eastern, Mexican or Latin American History, three (3) of which must come from the following European History courses:

_____ 340 The Age of Enlightenment and Revolution, 1715-1815
_____ 341 Restoration, Revolution, and Colonialism, 1815-1914
_____ 342 From War to War, 1915-1945
_____ 343 Contemporary Europe, 1945 to Present
_____ 420 Late Antiquity and Medieval History (3)
_____ 421 Renaissance and Reformation (3)

The balance, for a total of at least 12 hours, may come from the following:

_____ 304 Women in World History (3)
_____ 320 Ancient Greece (3)
_____ 321 Ancient Rome (3)
_____ 323 The Middle East, 500-1800 (3)
_____ 324 The Modern Middle East (3)
_____ 402 Independent Study in World History (3) **
_____ 414 History of England, 1066-1714 (3)
_____ 415 History of England, 1714-Present (3)
_____ 422 Modern Germany, 1815-Present (3)
_____ 441 History of Latin America (3)
_____ 442 History of Mexico *(3)
_____ 447 History of Russia (3)
_____ 448 Russia Since 1917 (3)
_____ 459 The Twenty-First Century World* (3)
_____ 468 Travel Study in International History and Culture (1-3) **
_____ 470 Topics in World History (3) **
_____ 484 History of Africa, 1400 to Present (3)
_____ 490 Topics in Non-U.S. History (3) **

 

May be taken for U.S. or Non-U.S. Credit with instructor's approval
* Courses not regularly offered or currently unavailable
** No more than six hours in any special topics category, internship, or independent study may be counted toward the major; no more than nine total hours in these special courses may be counted toward the major.

NOTE: All History Majors must record a minimum score of 414 on the ACAT exit examination. Majors must also complete a minor in another field as well as all general education requirements for the BA or BS degree and selected electives to qualify for graduation.

 

THE HISTORY MINOR

 

A. Six hours from HIST 121 and 122 or HIST 201 and 202

B. Twelve hours of upper division history courses (no more than 6 hours may come from special topics courses: 401, 402, 450, 467, 468, 470, 480, and 490)

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