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History BA

Department of History

History BA 
Course Number and TitleCredits
Foundational Studies Program requirements indicated in bold
ENGL 101 Introduction to College Writing3
ENGL 102 Intro to College Writing and Research3
UF 100 Intellectual Foundations3
UF 200 Civic and Ethical Foundations3
DLM Mathematics3-4
DLN Natural, Physical, & Applied Sciences course with lab4
DLN Natural, Physical, and Applied Sciences course in a second field3-4
DLV Visual and Performing Arts3
DLL ENGL 110 Literature and Ideas or
DLL HUM 207 Introduction to Humanities or
DLL PHIL 101 Knowledge and Reality or
DLL PHIL 102 Classics of Western Philosophy or
DLL PHIL 103 Moral Problems
DLS POLS 101 American National Government (recommended)3
DLS Social Sciences course in a second field other than history3
Language equivalency required by the history department will be determined by the department of modern languages or the history department.8
Courses chosen from: Only one U.S. History and one Western Civilization course may be used to satisfy this requirement.
HIST 101/201 or 102/202 History of Western Civilization
HIST 111/211 or 112/212 United States History
HIST 121 Eastern Civilizations
HIST 131 Survey of Latin America
HIST 141 History of the African Continent
HIST 151 Islamic Civilization
CID HIST 220 Introduction to the Study of History Must be completed with a grade of C or better3
European History course chosen from:
HIST 301 Ancient Greece
HIST 302 Ancient Rome
HIST 305 Medieval Europe
HIST 306 Popular Religion And Culture In Europe: 800-1600
HIST 308 The Age Of Renaissance And Reformation
HIST 309 The Old Regime And The French Revolution
HIST 312 History Of The British Isles To The English Civil War
HIST 313 History Of England In Modern Times
HIST 316 Europe’s Radical Nineteenth Century
HIST 317 Europe In War And Revolution, 1900 To 1945
HIST 318 The History Of The Balkans Since 1453
HIST 319 Europe Since The Second World War
HIST 322 Saints And Sinners: Women In Christianity
HIST 323 The History Of Marriage And The Family In Europe
HIST 324 The History Of Women In Early & Modern Europe
HIST 325 History Of Socialism
HIST 326 History of the Holocaust
HIST 327 World War I
HIST 328 Stalinism
HIST 380 Colloquium in European History
History of the Americas course chosen from:
HIST 331 European Exploration Of North America
HIST 332 Colonial America
HIST 334 Civil War And Reconstruction
HIST 338 History Of American Foreign Relations
HIST 339 United States Military History: 1775-Present
HIST 341 The Indian In United States History
HIST 342 Western America
HIST 344 Women In America From Colonial Era To Present
HIST 346 Women In America: The Western Experience
HIST 347 America In The 1960s
HIST 348 American Religious History
HIST 349 History of Multicultural America
HIST 350 United States Economic History
HIST 351 North American Environmental History
HIST 352 America Sees Red
HIST 361 Colonial Latin America
HIST 362 Modern Latin America
HIST 363 History Of Mexico
HIST 381 Colloquium in the History of the Americas
Non-Western History course chosen from:
HIST 366 History Of Modern Africa: 1750-Present
HIST 368 The Islamic Middle East
HIST 369 The Modern Middle East
HIST 371 History Of Modern South Asia: India, Pakistan, Burma
HIST 372 The History Of Modern Southeast Asia
HIST 373 The History Of Modern China
HIST 378 The Making of Modern Japan
HIST 382 Colloquium In non-Western History
Additional upper-division history courses9
FF HIST 498 Senior Research Seminar3
Upper-division electives to total 40 credits19
Electives to total 120 credits21-23