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History is a study of the past. It's learning about families, neighborhoods, and states, and the ideas that drive them. The mission of the History minor is for students to grow in knowledge of the beauty and diversity of civilizations, and to prepare students to read critically, discuss intelligently, and write persuasively.
A History Minor is offered with the completion of 18 credits beyond the Core Curriculum (GE) requirements, 12 of which must be upper-division.
|Program-Specific Core Curriculum (GE) Courses|
|United States History to 1865|
|United States History Since 1865|
|World Civilizations I|
|World Civilizations II|
|Select a minimum of 3 credits in each of three concentrations (African/Middle Eastern/Asian Civilization, European Civilization, Civilizations of the Americas) 1||9|
|The remaining 9 credits may be chosen from either the three concentrations or any other History course offerings.||9|
Concentration details may be found under the History, B.A. program page.