History

This minor is designed for students who wish to pursue a coherent and balanced program of study of history, with equal emphasis upon United States, European, and non-Western history. Students from outside or inside the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences should find this concentration of study in a traditional humanities/social sciences discipline to be especially useful in preparing for law school, graduate work in library science, civil service employment, or museum and archival management.

Minor Requirements

U.S. History Courses (choose two) - 6 hrs.

  • HIS 201: Violence, Crime, and Punishment in U.S. History - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 203: American History and Global Systems to 1877 - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 204: American History and Global Systems since 1877 - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 300: The United States Since 1945 - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 301: Topics in American History: Intellectual - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 302: Topics in American History: Diplomatic - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 303: American Urban History - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 304: Women in American History - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 305: American Indian History - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 306: The United States Civil War Era - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 307: History of the Early American Republic - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 308: Topics in American History: Political - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 309: The History of U.S. Law Enforcement - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 310: America and Vietnam 1940-Present - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 311: History of American Political Economy - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 315: U.S. Social Movements - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 316: African American History Since 1877 - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 317: American Masculinities - 3 hrs.

European History Courses (choose one) - 3 hrs.

  • HIS 320: Renaissance and Reformation - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 321: Topics in European History: Intellectual - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 323: Ancient Greece and the Hellenistic World - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 324: Barbarians in History - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 325: Roman Civilization - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 326: Modern Military Forces and Institutions - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 327: Topics in European History: Cultural - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 328: England and the American Revolution - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 329: Modern Germany 1870-Present - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 340: Twentieth-Century Europe - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 341: The French Revolution - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 342: Europe, 1789-1914 - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 343: The Enlightenment - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 345: The History of England I - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 346: The History of England II - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 375: The Holocaust - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 382: European Women, Gender, and Sexuality Since 1500 - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 385: Science, Technology, and Society - 3 hrs.

Non-Western History Courses (choose one) - 3 hrs.

  • HIS 314: Non-Western Civilization: Japan &amp: World War II - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 332: Topics in Modern Latin American History - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 333: Cross-Cultural Contacts - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 334: Non-Western History: Social - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 335: Modern Mexico - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 336: Early Non-Western History and Geography - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 337: Modern Non-Western History and Geography - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 338: Russia Since 1917 - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 339: Women in Global Perspective - 3 hrs.

Elective Courses (choose one) - 3 hrs

  • HIS 201: Violence, Crime, and Punishment in U.S. History - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 203: American History and Global Systems to 1877 - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 204: American History and Global Systems since 1877 - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 205: Non-Western Civilization: Latin America - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 206: Non-Western Civilization: the Middle East Since Muhammad - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 207: Non-Western Civilization: Modern Japan, 1860-Present - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 208: Non-Western Civilization: Russian History - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 210: History of European Film - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 300: The United States Since 1945 - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 301: Topics in American History: Intellectual - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 302: Topics in American History: Diplomatic - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 303: American Urban History - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 304: Women in American History - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 305: American Indian History - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 306: The United States Civil War Era - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 307: History of the Early American Republic - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 308: Topics in American History: Political - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 309: The History of U.S. Law Enforcement - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 310: America and Vietnam 1940-Present - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 311: History of American Political Economy - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 314: Non-Western Civilization: Japan &amp: World War II - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 315: U.S. Social Movements - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 316: African American History Since 1877 - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 317: American Masculinities - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 320: Renaissance and Reformation - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 321: Topics in European History: Intellectual - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 323: Ancient Greece and the Hellenistic World - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 324: Barbarians in History - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 325: Roman Civilization - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 326: Modern Military Forces and Institutions - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 327: Topics in European History: Cultural - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 328: England and the American Revolution - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 329: Modern Germany 1870-Present - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 330: Modern China - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 331: Samurai in Japanese History - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 332: Topics in Modern Latin American History - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 333: Cross-Cultural Contacts - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 334: Non-Western History: Social - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 335: Modern Mexico - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 336: Early Non-Western History and Geography - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 337: Modern Non-Western History and Geography - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 338: Russia Since 1917 - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 339: Women in Global Perspective - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 340: Twentieth-Century Europe - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 341: The French Revolution - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 342: Europe, 1789-1914 - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 343: The Enlightenment - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 345: The History of England I - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 346: The History of England II - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 350: Historical Methods Seminar - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 351: Topics in Historical Methods&nbsp:(0-3 hours)&nbsp:
  • HIS 375: The Holocaust - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 382: European Women, Gender, and Sexuality Since 1500 - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 385: Science, Technology, and Society - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 405: Independent Reading in History - 1-3 hrs.
  • HIS 406: Individual Study in History - 1-3 hrs.
  • HIS 450: US History Research Seminar - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 451: Global Hist Colloquium - 3 hrs.
  • HIS 452: Area Studies Research Seminar - 3 hrs.

Note: Minimum of 18 hours in history and a GPA of no less than 2.0.