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History (Minor)


Minor

History Minor

The minor in history is designed to teach students the key themes, issues and trends that have shaped humankind. The minor will develop necessary skills in a variety of fields, including education, law, government, social work, business and media, among hundreds of others.

Core History (Minor) Courses

HIST 110 - An Introduction to World Civilizations

This survey will study the various patterns of world civilizations, beginning with ancient societies. The course will focus mainly on their social and cultural influences, trans-cultural interactions, and the impact of these societies on the present. Read more »

HIST 231 - American History to 1877

A survey of the history of the American people from the colonial period to the end of the Civil War. Read more »

Additional Program Requirements

The history minor also requires one of these following courses: HIST 113, 114 or 337; and one of these following courses: HIST 351, 352 or 353.

NOTE: HIST 231 and 232 are interchangeable.