History is the substructure of a liberal education. History programs provide for students aspiring to careers in law, government, teaching, and archival or museum administration, but it is recognized that a major in History is a useful preparation for any profession. The study of History gives perspective and depth to every other area of investigation. Co-op and internship opportunities are available in law offices, government agencies, libraries, archives, museums and historical organizations.
BACHELOR OF ARTS IN HISTORY
- History (33 hours): HIS 101, 102, 114, 115, 201, 202, 203, 204, 393, 394, 497
- History Electives (12 hours) as follows: 3 hours in upper level European history, 3 hours in upper level United States history, 6 hours in two of the following categories: Contemporary World, Developing World, Asian History
ASSOCIATE OF ARTS IN HISTORY
- History (21 hours): HIS 101, 102, 114, 115, History electives (9 hours) as follows: 3 hours in modern European history, 3 hours in American history, 3 hours in Contemporary World, Developing World, or Asian History